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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 103003.01 02/09/2018 0626600 X Employee Is Hit By Falling Metal Pipe And Is Crushed
2 100039.01 09/22/2017 0626700   Employee Requires Amputation Below The Knee When Struck By M
3 99010.015 04/25/2017 0950633   Employee Amputates Thumb Between Chain And Sprocket
4 94585.015 03/15/2017 0636900   Employee Catches Glove On Steel Pipe And Amputates Fingers
5 93701.015 03/02/2017 0729700   Worker Moving Metal Tubing Sustains Finger Amputation
6 93777.015 03/02/2017 0729700   Worker Moving Metal Tubing Sustains Finger Amputation
7 85595.015 05/19/2016 0627100 X Employee Is Struck In Head And Killed By Metal Conduit That
8 202479796 02/22/2014 0950644   1799 Employee'S Ankle Is Struck By Pipe Bundle And Is Fractured
9 202545778 11/08/2013 0950641 X 3317 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Steel Tubes
10 49926.015 08/03/2013 0636900 X Employee Falls 7 Feet From Ladder And Is Killed
11 48669.015 07/19/2013 0214200 X Employee Electrocuted While Rewiring Transformer
12 201363785 12/12/2011 0419400 X 5084 Employee Is Struck By Metal Pipe, Later Dies
13 202633566 05/20/2011 0950633 X 181 Two Employees Are Electrocuted When Pipe Contacts Power Line
14 201639994 02/03/2011 1054112   1521 Abrasive Wheel Cut Off Saw Breaks And Cuts Employee'S Face
15 200644961 01/22/2011 0627700 X 1311 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Mousehole Pipe
16 202542783 01/05/2011 0950641   2911 Employee Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Pipes
17 200824571 12/03/2010 0521400 X 5093 Employee Crushed By Bailer Machine
18 202552618 11/22/2010 0950631   1799 An Employee Was Injured When A Strap Broke And Struck Him
19 200824613 10/09/2010 0521400   3531 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Tube Forming Die
20 200556124 04/05/2010 0625700 X 5074 Employee Injures Head From Falling Pipes, Later Dies

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