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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 201128808 01/23/2012 0950613   4512 An Aircraft Mechanic Falls, Injuring Elbow And Scalp
42 200203834 12/13/2011 0418200 X 3728 Employee Struck By High Pressure Water Is Killed
43 202369005 10/13/2011 1055350 X 7819 Employee Is Killed When Glider Crashes
44 201345808 08/11/2011 0729700 X 3721 Employee Falls From Platform, Later Dies
45 201128550 08/11/2011 0950613   4581 Employee Scrapes Elbow On Fuel Bladder
46 200831618 08/10/2011 0215600   7381,4513 Cargo Dolly Runs Over Feet Of Airport Security Agent
47 201128261 06/02/2011 0950613   4512 Airline Baggage Handler Loading Bags Sustains Cardiac Arrest
48 200922573 04/01/2011 0355114 X 4512 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Loader
49 202542148 11/24/2010 0950641   4512 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Elevated Aircraft Loader
50 202626271 07/28/2010 0950633   4522 Employee Is Burned While Filling Propane Gas Cylinders
51 200515062 06/15/2010 0552700 X 4512 Employee'S Head Crushed In Aircraft Door
52 200074391 05/28/2010 0453720 X 4581 Employee Dies Falling From High Scaffold
53 201693496 05/19/2010 0950662   4512 Employee Falls From Airplane Loader
54 201925013 11/04/2009 0626700 X 4581 Employee Falls Off Golf Cart, Later Dies
55 202540977 10/27/2009 0950641   4512 Employee'S Finger Is Crushed By Jet Engine, Later Amputated
56 202489605 09/04/2009 0950621   9224 Two Employees Are Burned When Aircraft Fuel Tank Explodes
57 200232320 08/04/2009 1032500   851 Four Employees Are Injured When Lightning Strikes Platform
58 200677904 08/02/2009 0418800 X 4513 Employee Falls From Platform, Later Dies
59 200831493 07/29/2009 0215600 X 7212,4512 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Truck At Airport
60 201127131 07/16/2009 0950613   4581 Airport Worker Smashes Head Between Aircraft Frame And Cargo

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