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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 128906.01 08/18/2020 1032500 X Employee Is Crushed By Conveyor And Is Killed
2 128515.01 08/10/2020 0751910 X Employee Is Killed By Falling Concrete Conveyer Assembly
3 128440.01 08/07/2020 0524200 X Employee Is Caught Between Concrete Crusher/Screener Structu
4 128383.01 08/04/2020 0452110 X Maintenance Worker Is Electrocuted While Working On Conveyor
5 127637.01 07/07/2020 0418400 X Employee Is Killed When Sawmill Chain Conveyor Starts Up
6 127350.01 06/26/2020 0454711 X Employee Is Electrocuted By Energized Conveyor Frame
7 126972.01 06/12/2020 0950612 X Employee Is Pinned By Potable Conveyor And Is Killed
8 127059.01 06/11/2020 0317700 X Employee Is Killed When Coal Conveyor Collapses
9 126809.01 06/06/2020 0317700 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Doing Maintenance On Shredder
10 126539.01 05/27/2020 0418600 X Employee Is Killed After Being Caught In Auger
11 125711.01 04/27/2020 0950624 X Employee Is Killed Working On Turkey Conveyor Line
12 125297.01 04/09/2020 0521400 X Employee Is Caught In Manure Conveying System And Is Killed
13 125314.01 04/09/2020 0729700 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In Trenching Machine
14 125289.01 04/08/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Caught Between Conveyor And Positioning Table, L
15 125118.01 03/30/2020 0418600 X Employee Is Killed When Hopper Inadvertently Starts
16 124640.01 03/05/2020 0551800 X Employee Is Killed After Being Caught Between Conveyor And S
17 124791.01 03/05/2020 0626700 X Employee, Engulfed By Rocks In Hopper, Is Killed
18 124056.01 02/13/2020 0950612 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In And Crushed By Peat Moss H
19 123943.01 02/13/2020 0552652 X Employee Is Killed By Entanglement In Conveyor Belt
20 123866.01 02/10/2020 0728500 X Employee Crushes Chest When Pulled Into Conveyor Belt And Pu

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