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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202478285 03/20/2012 0950636   3537 Mechanic Smashes Thumb With Hammer
2 201128709 11/07/2011 0950613   4212 Garbage Truck Driver Loses Finger, Struck By Rolling Truck
3 201493558 12/29/2009 0950625   2015 Chicken Plant Worker Amputates Finger On Equipment
4 202466769 05/09/2008 0950643   3088 Employee Amputates Finger On Radial Arm Saw
5 202448379 02/18/2008 0950633   3089 Worker Sustains Partial Amputation Of Finger
6 201089281 01/22/2007 0950625   3714 Employee Amputates Finger In Automotive Brake Caliper
7 202473237 11/30/2006 0950636   2721 Employee'S Pinky Tip Is Amputated In Stitching Machine
8 202315420 04/02/2005 0950612   2891 Employees Finger Is Injured And Later Amputated
9 201483955 02/02/2001 0950622   5399 Employee Climbed Over Carpet - Fell Onto Deboning Knife
10 201081585 05/24/1999 0950625   251 Employees Injured From Chemical Exposure

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