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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 102387.01 08/09/2017 0950641   Worker'S Finger Is Injured When Caught In Rotary Hammer, Lat
2 97590.015 07/20/2017 0950613   Employee Operating Power Drill Has Finger Amputated
3 201186186 04/02/2012 0950611   1742 Employee Fractures Fingers While Drilling Ceiling Holes
4 200411171 03/31/2009 0317300 X 3272 Employee Is Strangled When Shirt Is Caught In Mechanism
5 201507936 08/21/2007 0950614   1795 Employee Injures Finger On Hammer Drill
6 201117520 03/19/2004 0950643   1381 Unsecured Coring Machine Flips And Lands On Employee
7 201797677 01/10/2004 0950644   2091 Employee'S Fingers Amputated In Fish Processing Machine
8 200372472 05/05/2003 0454510 X 1711 Employee Died Of Injuries Sustained In Fall
9 201156965 02/12/2003 0950633   1771 Employee Injured While Using Drill
10 201041241 01/09/2003 0953220 X 1711 Employee Died After Falling From Ladder
11 170133557 10/25/1993 1054118 X 1541 Employee Dies In Fall From Ladder
12 014309041 07/28/1993 0213400 X 1623 Burn - Explosion In Manhole
13 170055602 08/02/1990 0453710   1623 Burn - Natural Gas Explosion
14 170055610 08/02/1990 0453710   1731 Burn - Natural Gas Explosion
15 014525661 04/19/1984 0418800 X 1711,1542 Electric Shock - Faulty Utilization Equipment

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