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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202636049 06/18/2013 0352410   3441 Worker Sustains Leg Injury Moving Steel Plates
2 202544771 02/08/2013 0950641   1791 Employee Breaks Leg While Using Hand Held Remote Moving Iron
3 202656682 07/16/2012 0950643   3541 Worker Sustains Fractures When Machine Actuates Unexpectedly
4 03568.015 09/07/2011 0522300 X Employee Pinned Between An Exit Cart And Mandrill Is Killed
5 202601498 03/18/2010 0950633   1474 Employee'S Hand Is Crushed By Unexpected Opening Of Valve
6 202551123 01/12/2010 0950631   4214 Truck Driver Fractures Fingers While Security Gate Opens
7 200713592 03/11/2009 0636900 X 3441 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Steel Plate
8 201272804 06/23/2008 0418300 X 3499 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Backing Vehicle
9 200996767 01/12/2008 0551800 X 3312 Employee Is Struck By Truck And Is Killed
10 200514321 12/26/2006 0552700 X 5153 Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Auger And Bin
11 200742138 11/27/2006 0213100 X 1771 Employee Electrocuted When Truck Boom Contacts Power Line
12 202472809 06/22/2006 0950644   3316 Employee Fractures Head When Caught Between Truck And Dock
13 201762259 05/04/2005 0626600 X 1771 Employee Electrocuted When Truck Boom Contacts Power Line
14 200541209 02/05/2005 0317500 X 3312 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Railroad Cars
15 201561164 08/25/2004 0854910 X 1771 Employee Electrocuted While Extending Boom On Pump Truck
16 200994176 06/28/2004 0551800 X 3312 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Hot Metal Rail Car
17 201343464 10/17/2003 0729700 X 3441 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Pieces Of Metal
18 201144631 10/02/2003 0950631   9221 Employee Injured During Training Of A Police Dog
19 200031755 03/18/2003 0521700 X 3312 Employee Killed When Crushed By Steel Coil Rollers
20 202044590 09/17/2001 0155010   1771 Employee Shocked When Boom Strikes Power Line

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