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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 200625937 11/12/2010 0454711 X 1622 Employee Is Killed In Fall Into Cofferdam
2 202518601 09/11/2008 0950624   3462 Employee Crushes Hand While Operating Forging Machine
3 200090702 08/08/2008 0112300   3965 Employee Amputates Fingertip While Operating Drop Hammer
4 200530012 08/18/2005 0751910   3462 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated In Machine
5 201799053 10/28/2004 0950644   3511 Employee Punctured In Neck By Discharged Metal
6 201157526 05/14/2003 0950633   3462 Employee Injured When Struck By Drop Forge Hammer
7 202044558 04/06/2001 0155010   3499 Employee Injured When Fingers Amputated By Drop Hammer
8 119947976 11/15/2000 0950633   3462 Forge Hammer Operator Is Injured When Struck By Metal
9 201340692 06/28/1999 0729700   3721 Employee Injured When Arm Amputated By Drop Hammer
10 201062221 03/24/1999 0950632   3728 Drop Hammer Crushed Employee'S Thumb
11 201481652 05/27/1998 0950622   3463 Employee Injured When Struck By Flange
12 200090082 08/12/1997 0112300 X 3915 Employee Killed When Struck By Flying Object
13 000956193 07/22/1992 0950642   3429 Employees Face Injured When Ram Strikes Wedge
14 170163521 02/19/1991 0950635   3721 Employee Injured When Struck By Flying Machine Part
15 014327472 08/01/1984 0316100 X 1629 Crushed By A Falling 2000 Pound Pile Driver Drop Hammer

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