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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202692521 01/02/2014 0950624   2084 Winery Worker Amputates Finger While Cleaning Wine Blender
2 202675799 09/25/2013 0950621   1771 Employee Injures Hand When Sponge Discharges From Pipe
3 202588729 08/15/2013 0950614   1721 Painter Is Injured When Struck By Pressurized Paint
4 202545349 07/28/2013 0950641   7812 Employee Receives Burns In Flash Fire
5 202509964 04/22/2013 0950663   8999 Employee Fractures Leg When Cylinders Fall
6 202656997 09/26/2012 0950643   3441 Sandblasting Worker Sprays Leg With Abrasive Slag
7 200535250 06/25/2012 0751910   2099 Employee Amputates Finger On Food Product Auger
8 200515682 04/23/2012 0552700 X 3081 Employee Injured After Contact With Router Bit, Later Died
9 202471777 04/09/2012 0950643   1761 Roofer Cleaning With An Air Blower Falls Ten Feet From Roof
10 201283561 03/02/2012 0418100 X 2099 Employee Is Fatally Struck By A Pipe
11 201720448 12/16/2011 0257220 X 7534 Worker Is Killed While Inflating Tire
12 201495785 11/30/2011 0950625 X 173 Diesel Tank Ruptures, Striking And Killing Worker
13 202089595 03/03/2011 0524700 X 3624 Worker Dies After Being Struck By Compressed Air Valve
14 200802627 03/03/2011 0523300   5087 Worker Inflating Tire Fractures Pelvis When Sidewall Fails
15 202551594 04/19/2010 0950631   7996 Worker Is Burned From Flash Explosion In Fuel Line
16 201925203 04/07/2010 0626700 X 7999 Employee Is Killed By Drowning While Cleaning Boats
17 201763570 02/02/2010 0626600 X 7534 Employee Is Struck By Compressed Air, Later Dies
18 201185311 02/01/2010 0950611   1771 Employee Is Hit By Compressed Air, Fractures Leg
19 201204302 12/01/2009 1054114   2041 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated Cleaning A Machine
20 202529939 11/24/2009 0950635   3714 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Parts

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