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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 98361.015 08/15/2017 0950615 X Employee Loading Chipper Is Killed When Rope Wraps Around Ne
2 97804.015 08/02/2017 0729300 X Employee Is Struck By Wood Chipper Guard While Cleaning And
3 103578.01 06/25/2017 0214700   Employee Is Pushing Branches Into Chipper And Amputates Foot
4 96641.015 06/23/2017 0336000   Employee Amputates Finger Tips From Two Fingers While Workin
5 97120.015 06/13/2017 0317500   Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated While Removing Jam From Woo
6 99752.015 05/25/2017 0950625   Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated While Performing Maintena
7 96382.015 05/02/2017 0419700   Employee Amputates Fingers On Chipper Machine
8 95140.015 03/28/2017 0552652   Employee Catches Hand Under Hoist Cable And Crushes Three Fi
9 94873.015 02/27/2017 0950625   Employee'S Left Pinky Finger Is Amputated By Brush Chipper
10 95016.015 02/22/2017 0552652   Employee'S Pelvis Is Fractured When Struck By Falling Tree F
11 97050.015 01/25/2017 0950625   Employee Is Thrown From Horse And Fractures Ribs
12 92731.015 01/18/2017 0454716   Employee Sustains Hand Amputation And Face Lacerations When
13 92754.015 01/17/2017 0950411   Employee Injures Finger While Cleaning A Wood Chipper
14 92316.015 01/12/2017 0419700   Employee'S Hand Is Caught Between Log And Conveyor Resulting
15 90749.015 11/17/2016 0524700 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Automobile Alongside State
16 85011.015 05/04/2016 0213100 X Employee Is Fatally Injured By A Wood Chipper.
17 82047.015 12/05/2015 0453730 X One Employee Is Killed By Wood Chipper; Another Suffers Hear
18 78449.015 07/29/2015 0751910 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In Wood Chipping Machine
19 70030.015 01/20/2015 0420600 X Employee Crushed And Killed By Heavy Wood Grinder/Mulcher Do
20 68446.015 10/06/2014 0636900 X Employee Falls From Back Of Truck, Run Over By A Trailer, An

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