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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 126507.01 05/29/2020 0521100 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Split Rim Section
2 113608.01 02/11/2019 0521100   Employee Is Struck By Foam When Tire Explodes Or Ruptures An
3 107375.01 07/27/2018 0419400   Employee Is Struck By Falling Rim Assembly And Fractures Rig
4 104801.01 04/13/2018 0950615   Employee Is Struck By Tire Rim Parts And Is Hospitalized Wit
5 95767.015 03/07/2017 0950647   Employee Inflating Tire Incurs Fractures When Tire Flies Up
6 85564.015 04/08/2016 0627700 X Employee Inflating Tire Is Struck In The Head By Tire Or Whe
7 64829.015 07/11/2014 0627510 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Tire He Is Inflating.
8 202721205 02/02/2014 0352440 X 5083 Employee Is Killed By Over-Inflated Tire Explosion
9 201694676 02/22/2013 0950662   7361 Employee Lacerates Hand When Tire Explodes
10 200003101 05/16/2011 0728500 X 7549 Employee Dies After Wheel Assembly Fails During Inflation
11 200012912 01/17/2011 0729300 X 7538 Mechanic Dies After Wheel Failure During Tire Inflation
12 201763570 02/02/2010 0626600 X 7534 Employee Is Struck By Compressed Air, Later Dies
13 202519401 08/11/2009 0950624   2411 Employee'S Hand Is Injured By Exploding Tire
14 202519278 08/03/2009 0950624   5014 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Tire
15 202597811 06/03/2009 0950633   7538 Employee Is Injured When Tire Blows
16 200981041 05/06/2009 0855610 X 7534 Employee Is Struck By Parts Of Tire And Is Killed
17 200881613 05/05/2009 0215800 X 4212 Employee Is Struck By Blown Out Tire And Rim, Later Dies
18 202518957 04/19/2009 0950624   7538 Employee Is Not Injured When Tire Burst
19 200902344 03/10/2009 0418400 X 1629 Employee Is Killed When Tire Ruptures
20 201492493 03/09/2009 0950625   161 Employee'S Eyes, Face Injured When Tire Explodes

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