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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 170191969 12/03/1990 0950633   4581 Employee Injured When Tractor Tug Goes Off Road
102 125892513 08/07/1998 0950633   1761 Employee Fractures Collarbone In Fall From Hangar Roof
103 201032661 12/20/1999 0950635   4581 Fractures Bones After Being Trapped Under Truck
104 202540787 06/06/2009 0950641   4581 Airport Employee Fractures Arm In Conveyor Belt
105 94388.015 03/18/2017 0950641   Airport Ramp Operations Worker Sustains Fractures In Chest
106 201161668 12/30/1999 0950641   4581 Employee'S Leg Fractured When Pinned By Tug
107 170899488 05/20/1996 0950641   4512 Employee Fractures Arm When Blown Down By Jet Engine
108 126153394 07/22/2004 0950641   4513 Employee Is Injured When Crushed Between Vehicles
109 201167210 12/19/2005 0950641 X 4581 Empoloyee Killed In Vehicle Accident
110 170604086 03/23/1993 0950641   4512 Employee'S Right Foot Caught By Aircraft Wheel
111 202539540 04/27/2008 0950641   4581 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Dollies
112 202541710 07/01/2010 0950641   1629 Contact With Buried Conductor Thru Backhoe
113 202545034 02/18/2013 0950641   4512 Airport Ground Worker Herniates Back While Lifting Tow Bar
114 202539060 05/27/2008 0950641   4512 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Airport Vehicle
115 202545745 11/14/2013 0950641   1542 Demolition Worker Is Injured When Roof Collapses
116 201164068 07/18/2002 0950641   4512 Employee'S Finger Lacerated When Struck By Falling Container
117 202540977 10/27/2009 0950641   4512 Employee'S Finger Is Crushed By Jet Engine, Later Amputated
118 201160934 11/14/1998 0950641   4581 Employee Injured When Pinned By A Truck
119 170900864 12/02/1997 0950641   4512 Employee Injured When Pinned By Ramp Tug At Airport
120 201167137 06/20/2005 0950641   4729 Employee Is Injured By Airplane Electric Belt Loader

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