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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202715553 04/26/2013 0950633   7353 Employee'S Finger Is Punctured By Hydraulic Fluid
2 202686648 12/10/2012 0950633   5093 Employee'S Finger Is Injected By Hydraulic Fluid And Injured
3 202334546 08/22/2012 0253420 X 8744 Employee Crushed By Equipment
4 201044831 08/17/2012 0953220 X 2951 Employee Is Crushed When Hydraulic Line Failed, Later Died
5 201044849 08/01/2012 0953220 X 7353 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Hydraulic Fluid
6 202457826 07/27/2012 0950647   711 Tractor Operator Is Burned When Hydraulic Fluid Catches Fire
7 201077997 05/15/2012 0950632   7996 Employee Is Injured When A High Pressure Bolt Disengaged
8 202471900 05/10/2012 0950646   139 Worker Is Burned When Hydraulic Fluid Is Ignited By Welding
9 200922177 02/09/2012 0355111 X 2411 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Grapple
10 202569422 01/19/2012 0452110 X 4953 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Cylinder
11 200626331 10/30/2011 0454715 X 724 Employee Is Killed By Press
12 310100086 06/09/2011 0950613   1771 Employee Is Injured When Pinned Between Paver And Wall
13 200604734 04/13/2011 0625500 X 3492 Employee Is Killed When Struck And Pinned By Loader Bucket
14 202633962 03/23/2011 0950633   3241 Mechanic'S Hand Is Injured By Pressurized Hydraulic Fluid
15 201345519 10/07/2010 0729700 X 2077 Two Employees Are Injured In Explosion. One Died
16 200083806 08/13/2010 0112000   1611 Employee Is Burned In Fire Ball
17 201493780 05/22/2010 0950625 X 131 Employee Is Fatally Crushed By A Cultivator Tractor
18 200555704 07/01/2009 0625700 X 3496 Mechaniic Is Crushed And Killed By Forklift Forks
19 200644474 06/12/2009 0627700 X 7213 Employee Is Killed By Falling Hydraulic Platform
20 200677730 05/11/2009 0418800 X 9999 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Falling Elevator

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