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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101783.01 12/27/2017 0452110 X One Employee Is Killed; One Employee Breaks Arm When Loading
2 101705.01 12/20/2017 0854910 X Employee Is Struck By A 2,000 Pound Bunk And Is Hospitalized
3 101481.01 12/13/2017 0155010 X Employee Is Caught In Silo Auger And Is Killed
4 101165.01 12/01/2017 0950631 X Employee Strikes Head Against Sanding Equipment And Is Kille
5 101482.01 11/27/2017 0111700 X Employee Is Pulled Into Conveyor And Killed
6 99781.015 09/22/2017 0522500   Employee Inside Shaft Is Struck By Falling Boards And Bruise
7 99742.015 09/22/2017 0751910   Employee Sustains Severe Burns When Splashed With Hot Wax
8 99520.015 09/20/2017 0418100   Employee Fractures Arm And Has A Stroke When Caught In Lathe
9 100330.01 09/20/2017 0950635   Two Employees Suffer Second Degree Burns From Lpg Tank Explo
10 100275.01 09/20/2017 0950644   Employee'S Arms Are Crushed When Struck By Unstable Pallet L
11 99322.015 09/19/2017 0950633 X Employee Is Bitten By Spider And Dies Five Days Later
12 100165.01 09/18/2017 0454713   Employee Sustains Multiple Lacerations When Struck By Duct P
13 102857.01 09/18/2017 0950632   Employee Fractures Arm And Leg In Fall From Ladder
14 100507.01 09/18/2017 0355111   Employee Fractures Arm And Elbow When Caught In Machine Roll
15 103469.01 09/16/2017 0950644 X Employee Collapses And Dies From Heart Attack At Work
16 99153.015 09/15/2017 0524700   Employee'S Arm Is Caught In Pinch Rollers And Sustains Crush
17 100899.01 09/15/2017 0950632   Employee Falls Approximately 10 Feet From Tree And Breaks Ar
18 99127.015 09/15/2017 0625500   Employee Removes Hose From Oil Well And Is Doused By Hot Oil
19 99515.015 09/13/2017 0523900   Employee Falls From Rack And Lacerates Arm
20 99158.015 09/12/2017 0523300   Employee Sustains Fractures When He Is Pinned Between Fallin

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