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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 104426.01 03/28/2018 0627510 X Employee Is Struck In The Head With A Wrench And Is Killed
2 101183.01 11/11/2017 0950641   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated While Operating Drilling R
3 104753.01 10/20/2017 0950625   Employee Suffers Thumb Laceration When Tightening A Harveste
4 100029.01 10/12/2017 0751910   Employee'S Face Is Burned From An Arc Blast When Working On
5 100020.01 10/12/2017 0418300   Employee Amputates Fingers While Adjusting A Cnc/Lathe
6 102297.01 10/09/2017 0950613   Employee Is Struck By A Pipe Wrench And Suffers Multiple Inj
7 99657.015 08/31/2017 0552652   Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated When Installing A Mountin
8 98600.015 08/02/2017 0355111   Employee Sustains A Partial Digit Amputation When His Hand S
9 97714.015 07/27/2017 0215600   Worker'S Hand Is Caught Between Pile Driver Rods And Fractur
10 97999.015 07/26/2017 0830300   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Tongs And
11 101948.01 07/13/2017 1054113   Employee Sustains Hand Laceration When Struck Against Blade
12 96883.015 07/05/2017 0552652 X Employee Contacts Energized Power Lines And Is Electrocuted
13 96135.015 06/02/2017 0950631   Employee Falls Into Trench, Incurs Concussion, And Fractures
14 96601.015 05/22/2017 0336000   Employee Strikes Saw Blade And Partially Amputates Finger
15 95907.015 05/18/2017 0316100   Employee Is Hospitalized After Electrical Arc Flash
16 93457.015 02/03/2017 0950647   Worker Is Struck By Pipe Wrench And Sustains Leg Fractures
17 92763.015 01/20/2017 0453710 X Employee Is Injured And Later Dies After Flange Blows Off
18 85527.015 05/23/2016 0855610 X Employee Struck By Pipe Wrench Is Killed
19 73892.015 01/27/2015 0625700 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Pipe Wrench And Is Killed.
20 68956.015 11/06/2014 0418400 X Employee Falls From Ceiling Joists And Later Dies

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