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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201130150 01/15/2014 0950613   1742 Worker Trips Over Cart, Sustains Multiple Leg Fractures
82 300842762 04/06/2005 0950613   4581 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
83 170379259 07/28/1994 0950613   4512 Employee'S Leg Injured When Run Over By Tow Tractor
84 170376636 02/17/1995 0950614   4215 Employee'S Ankle Fractured When Struck By Dolly
85 201504578 11/23/2003 0950614   4513 Moving Jetway Ramp Injures Employee
86 201506557 05/03/2006 0950614   4581 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Cargo Loader
87 201500667 06/04/1998 0950614   4581 Employee Injured While Opening Pressurized Water Tank
88 170842918 01/13/2005 0950615   4953 Employee'S Is Injured While Using Pest Control Gun
89 170197818 12/10/1990 0950621   4581 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Platform
90 170784342 05/11/2012 0950621   112 Worker Sustains Fractures In Fall From Bin Elevated On Forks
91 201103124 04/18/2002 0950624   4953 Employee'S Fingertip Amputated When Caught In Latch Unit
92 201143567 02/20/2003 0950631   7389 Employee Injured When He Falls Through A Trap Door
93 202549093 04/08/2008 0950631   3621 Worker Amputates Two Fingers When Drill Press Snags Piece
94 171010879 06/21/2002 0950631 X 4581 Employee Killed In Fall From Ladder
95 201079993 02/24/2014 0950632   4729 Employee'S Finger Is Struck By Hitch And Is Amputated
96 201075033 02/19/2010 0950632   4581 Employee'S Fingertip Is Injured In Valve, Is Later Amputated
97 170191969 12/03/1990 0950633   4581 Employee Injured When Tractor Tug Goes Off Road
98 000957571 09/22/1991 0950633   4581 Employee Injured When Run Over By Tug
99 125892513 08/07/1998 0950633   1761 Employee Fractures Collarbone In Fall From Hangar Roof
100 201153285 01/27/2000 0950633 X 3721 Two Employees Asphyxiated While Repairing A Blimp

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