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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 200535730 04/25/2013 0751910   213 Employee Crushes Fingertip In Auger, Later Is Amputated
2 200535615 03/14/2013 0751910 X 2048 Two Employee Are Killed After Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
3 200075091 07/27/2012 0453720 X 5093 Recycling Facility Worker Is Caught By Auger And Killed
4 312669575 02/24/2012 0950636   2099 Worker Loses Fingers While Cleaning Machinery
5 202596631 12/14/2009 0352410   723 Employee'S Leg Is Amputated When Caught In Auger
6 200812956 12/14/2009 0627510 X 131 Employee Is Asphyxiated When Caught In Augers
7 200824324 12/12/2009 0521400 X 4959 Employee Dies After Being Caught In Auger
8 201493251 10/12/2009 0950625   2015 Chicken Processing Worker'S Hand Is Amputated By Machine
9 312353642 09/11/2008 0950614   4212 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated In Auger
10 200002376 01/26/2007 0728500 X 8711 Employee Is Killed When Clothing Is Caught In Auger
11 000952796 12/07/2006 0355116 X 2033 Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Pinned By Truck
12 201088358 08/17/2006 0950625   1781 Employee Amputates Finger In Drill Rig
13 201179181 01/09/2006 0950621   181 Employee Impales Finger On Bolt While Working On Harvester
14 201202579 06/29/2004 1054114   5191 Employee Fractures Skull When Struck By Flying Wrench
15 202251310 03/10/2004 0953210   1799 Employee Injured When Caught By Auger Of Digging Machine
16 202251245 12/26/2003 0953210 X 4959 Employee Killed When Caught In Snow Thrower
17 201174000 08/28/2003 0950621   2024 Employee'S Finger Tip Amputated When Caught By Auger
18 201066594 05/20/2003 0950632   5411 Employee Amputates Finger On Beverage Machine
19 201103504 12/20/2002 0950624   3084 Employee Amputates Left Hand When Caught In Mixer
20 200051936 11/12/2002 0728900   1741 Employee Injured While Operating Unisul Spraying Machine

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