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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101670.01 12/21/2017 0111700   Employee Catches Hand In Machine'S Nip Point And Crushes Thr
2 101336.01 12/02/2017 0728900   Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated When They Are Caught In The
3 104604.01 11/08/2017 0317500   Paving Employee Has Foot Run Over By Milling Machine
4 101115.01 10/18/2017 0950647   Employee Is Pinned By Metal Pulled From The Milling Machine
5 100167.01 10/13/2017 0521700   Employee Sustains Arm Injury When Caught By Rotating Shaft O
6 99048.015 09/11/2017 0214700   Employee Using Milling Machine Sustains Laceration
7 101446.01 07/27/2017 0523300   Employee Amputates Finger Tip When Caught In Drill Bit
8 100083.01 07/14/2017 0950625   Employee Sustains Amputation Of Fingers In Gear Mechanism
9 102104.01 06/19/2017 0950631   Employee Is Adjusting Milling Machine And Is Stabbed By Flyi
10 101441.01 06/15/2017 0830500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Asphalt Milling Machine
11 95237.015 04/28/2017 0729300   Employee'S Finger Is Dislocated When Gloved Hand Is Caught I
12 94038.015 03/09/2017 0627510   Employee Operating Slither Machine And Amputates Finger
13 92892.015 01/27/2017 0521400   Employee'S Arm Is Caught In A Milling Machine Spindle And L
14 92349.015 01/20/2017 0950631 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In Milling Machine.
15 97044.015 01/18/2017 0950643   Employee Sustains Amputation Of Finger From Milling Machine
16 83376.015 03/02/2016 0418600 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed Between Water Truck And Milli
17 81902.015 12/24/2015 0112600 X Employee Injured Operating A Milling Machine, Later Dies
18 79436.015 09/09/2015 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Dump Truck During Asphal
19 202479838 02/06/2014 0950644   3317 Employee Fractures Knee And Ankle When Caught In Mill
20 202557401 12/02/2013 0950631   3599 Employee Catches Ankle In Machine And Sustains Fracture

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