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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 122303.01 12/06/2019 0552652 X Employee Dies While Unloading Mail From Airplane
2 120222.01 09/25/2019 0418200 X Employee Is Pinned Against Airplane By Loader Machine And Is
3 117844.01 07/05/2019 0950411 X Skydiving Instructor Is Killed When Parachute Opens Early
4 114196.01 09/25/2018 0950643   Employee Incurs Facial And Skull Fractures When Struck By Pr
5 107641.01 07/18/2018 0316300   Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated In Aircraft Wing
6 108706.01 06/20/2018 0729300   Employee Fractures Knee In Fall From Belt Loader
7 105701.01 05/14/2018 0950635   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Struck By Metal Bracket
8 106644.01 04/08/2018 1055310 X Employee Falls From Aircraft And Is Killed
9 103694.01 03/06/2018 0521400   Employee Is Injured In Fall From Airplane
10 106933.01 02/16/2018 0950647   Employee Falls From Scaffolding Platform To Lower Platform A
11 102352.01 12/13/2017 0524530   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Fractured Vertebra
12 101205.01 11/26/2017 0950632   Employee Is Injured In Sky Diving Accident
13 99916.015 10/17/2017 0627510 X Employee Caught And Killed By Closing Nose Landing Gear Door
14 99257.015 09/12/2017 0936300   Airline Baggage Handler Sustains Partial Amputation Of Finge
15 98711.015 09/02/2017 0213400 X Employee Is Cleaning Aircraft And Is Struck By Propeller
16 99300.015 08/28/2017 0418800   Employee Sustains Fractures To Arm And Wrist With Later Ampu
17 98261.015 08/17/2017 0950411 X Employee Found Dead On A Boom Lift
18 97744.015 07/09/2017 0523100   Employee Sustains Blood Clot In Lung After Working Extended
19 96159.015 05/29/2017 0729700   Employee Falls Eight Feet And Fractures Ribs And Vertebra
20 99593.015 04/06/2017 0950635   Employee Is Struck By Overinflated Tire And Fractures Arm

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