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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 112256.01 12/28/2018 0627700   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall Into Oil Pit
2 108770.01 08/24/2018 0317700   Employee Amputates Fingertips When Struck By Rotary Valve Du
3 109191.01 08/07/2018 0728900   Employee Falls Ill Due To Histoplasmosis
4 107949.01 07/30/2018 0936300   Employee Receives Electrical Shock While Touching Shop Vacuu
5 100080.01 10/19/2017 0317700   Employee Is Cleaning A Vacuum Hopper And Amputates Finger
6 103112.01 08/22/2017 0950625   Employee Receives Electrical Shock From Power Strip And Is H
7 100939.01 08/15/2017 0523400   Employee Is Replacing Plug To Industrial Vacuum And Receives
8 97429.015 07/06/2017 0552652   Employee Amputates Fingertip While Vacuuming Materials
9 96180.015 05/01/2017 0830500   Employee Struck By Pigging Operation On Vacuum Truck Is Hosp
10 94018.015 03/10/2017 0418800   Employee Is Injured When Left Hand Is Suctioned By Vacuum Eq
11 87806.015 08/15/2016 0950647 X Employee Falls And Is Killed
12 202523296 01/04/2013 0950624   1542 Worker Is Poisoned When Turbo Blaster Strikes His Wrist
13 201186186 04/02/2012 0950611   1742 Employee Fractures Fingers While Drilling Ceiling Holes
14 200515518 12/28/2011 0552700   7361 Worker Suffers From Heart Attack While Stripping Floor
15 202477337 03/21/2011 0950636   8062 Employee Suffers Sprain And Fracture In Slip And Fall
16 201956216 07/16/2010 0522000   7349 Employee'S Arm Is Injured When Sucked Up By Vacuum
17 202609186 01/19/2010 0950633   7992 Employee Injures Shoulder In Fall Through Skylight
18 202550976 09/22/2009 0950631   3553 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Router
19 202529319 01/24/2009 0950635   7349 Employee Is Burned In Magnesium Flash Fire
20 202549556 10/16/2008 0950631   3269 Worker Jumps From An Unstable Ladder And Fractures Wrist

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