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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101783.01 12/27/2017 0452110 X One Employee Is Killed; One Employee Breaks Arm When Loading
2 101211.01 11/28/2017 0454510 X Employee Is Killed When His Head Is Caught Between Tailgate
3 99495.015 09/22/2017 0551702   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Struck Against Moving Eq
4 98782.015 09/07/2017 0418100 X Employee Is Caught In Street Sweeper And Is Killed
5 100632.01 08/29/2017 0134000   Employee'S Finger Is Caught In A Pastry Topping Depositor Wh
6 103243.01 08/28/2017 0950641   Employee'S Legs Are Amputated When Caught In Screw Conveyor/
7 98399.015 08/22/2017 0751910   Employee Is Clearing A Clog And Amputates Left Hand When Cau
8 98460.015 08/08/2017 0950624   Employee Amputates Ring Finger When Reachings Into An Almond
9 98346.015 08/08/2017 0729300   Employee Is Struck By Falling Hopper And Is Injured
10 98230.015 08/08/2017 0521700   Employee'S Finger Is Lacerated When Caught On End Of Hopper
11 97862.015 08/02/2017 0112600   Employee Sustains Partial Finger Amputation When Struck Agai
12 98749.015 07/19/2017 0317500   The Employee Amputated Her Right Index Finger On The Nbx Mac
13 100373.01 07/11/2017 0950615   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Caught In A Point Of
14 96905.015 07/01/2017 0523400   Employee Struck By Falling Wall Section And Fractures Pelvi
15 98253.015 06/27/2017 1054111   Employee Cleaning Concrete Mixer Incurs Hand Amputation
16 96648.015 06/22/2017 0626000   Employee Amputates Four Fingers While Clearing A Jam Within
17 96242.015 06/10/2017 0419700 X Employee Is Caught In Hopper And Is Killed
18 96211.015 06/04/2017 0627700   Two Employees Are Crushed In Coal Bin Jam And Are Hospitaliz
19 94904.015 04/12/2017 0636900   Employee Amputates Fingers While Draining Hopper
20 94698.015 04/10/2017 0625400   Employee Sustains Burns And Fracture In 10 Foot Fall

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