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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 105839.01 05/21/2018 0950411 X Employee Falls Out Of A Drill Rig And Is Suffocated By Dirt
2 104870.01 04/16/2018 1054116 X Employee Is Pinned By Coiled Cable Against Shaft And Is Kill
3 102455.01 01/23/2018 0215000 X Employee Falls Down An Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
4 102119.01 12/27/2017 0551702   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Metal And
5 101783.01 12/27/2017 0452110 X One Employee Is Killed; One Employee Breaks Arm When Loading
6 103429.01 12/27/2017 0950631   Employee Suffers Arm Amputation And Broken Legs When Drawn I
7 101630.01 12/15/2017 0950624   Employee'S Sustains Multiple Injuries When Clothing Is Caugh
8 102331.01 12/14/2017 0950625   Employee Drops Driveline, Crushes Finger
9 101654.01 12/12/2017 0953220   Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Incurs Multiple Fract
10 102781.01 12/11/2017 0552652   Employee'S Arm Is Broken When Pulled Into Shaft
11 101253.01 12/04/2017 0728500 X Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
12 101134.01 11/29/2017 0950641   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Caught In Mixer Shaft
13 101274.01 11/29/2017 0552652 X Employee Is Killed When Entangled In A Mowing Deck
14 100883.01 11/16/2017 0419400   Employee Catches Gloved Hand On A Rotating Shaft And Fractur
15 100852.01 11/15/2017 0418800   Employee Working In Elevator Pit Is Injured When Elevator De
16 100753.01 11/06/2017 0418600   Employee'S Middle Finger Is Injured When Caught In Conveyor
17 100543.01 11/04/2017 0522000   Employee Is Pulled Into Pipe Making Mandrel And Suffers Mult
18 104113.01 11/02/2017 0352430   Employee Is Struck In Face By Falling Bucket Of Concrete Deb
19 104417.01 10/31/2017 0950632   Employee Falls From Ladder And Injures Head And Leg
20 100754.01 10/30/2017 0950633   Employee Suffers Arm Fracture When Caught In Unguarded Rotat

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