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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 100007.01 10/17/2017 0855610 X Worker Crushed And Killed When Trench Shield Falls While Bei
102 000691816 11/13/1987 0854910   1771 Employee'S Wrist Tendons Severed When Grinder Kicks Back
103 014457030 12/04/1984 0854910 X 7218 Employee Crushed Between Washer And Door Jamb
104 201572963 08/26/2005 0830500 X 4222 Employee Is Killed By Flying Fan Blade
105 107070.01 07/05/2018 0830500 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Chainsaw While In Tree
106 014535751 10/10/1989 0830300 X 4213 Employee Caught Between Truck Door And Concrete Wall
107 200521458 02/09/2000 0751910 X 3531 Employee Killed When Crushed Between Manufacturing Machines
108 014454037 02/03/1987 0751910 X 2046 Employee Dies After Falling From Dryer
109 95661.015 05/08/2017 0751910   Employee Punctures Arm While Cutting Pork Loins
110 200530087 10/06/2005 0751910 X 1521 Employee Dies In Fall From Lift Basket
111 200525582 08/04/2002 0751910 X 8051 Employee Dies From Ruptured Aorta
112 200533289 02/09/2010 0751910 X 4212 Employee Dies After Fall From Garbage Truck
113 014423065 06/22/1993 0729700 X 1381 Employee Killed In Fall After Being Struck By Pipe
114 200010619 08/31/1999 0729300 X 4522 Employee Bleeds To Death From Shrapnel Wound In Neck
115 014423339 10/18/1984 0729300 X 2421 Struck By Board Thrown From Saw
116 014424006 06/23/1988 0729300 X 3711 Employee Dies Of Coronary Artery Blockage In 100 Degree Heat
117 200050052 12/08/1996 0728900 X 2011 Employee Dies Of Complications From Laceration Injury
118 18235.015 05/16/2012 0728500 X Employee Killed When Saw Blade Kicks Back And Cuts Carotid A
119 200000719 05/07/1999 0728500 X 2678 Employee Killed In Same-Level Fall On Jagged Shards
120 200712719 12/30/2005 0636900 X 3499 Employee Is Killed By Falling Table

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