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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 119093.01 08/06/2019 0551701 X Employee Severs Leg Artery After Striking Column Support Pos
162 64469.015 07/10/2014 0524530 X Logger Struck And Killed By Falling Tree
163 200270569 02/15/1999 0524500 X 1731 Employee Killed By Derrick When Truck Overturns
164 014380943 06/28/1996 0524500 X 5153 Employee Killed When Leg Becomes Caught In Auger
165 201260015 05/30/1996 0524200   3089 Employee Dies After Suffering Heart Attack
166 200340859 04/14/2009 0523900 X 1623 Worker Dies While Operating Powered Chop Saw
167 014369995 10/07/1992 0523400   2672 Employee'S Leg Partly Amputated In Lift Truck Collision
168 127357.01 06/26/2020 0523400 X Employee Dies After Being Crushed Between Two Fuel Tanks
169 100599.01 11/05/2017 0523300   Employee Catches Arm And Hand Between Machine Rollers And Su
170 101125.01 11/27/2017 0523300 X Employee Is Struck By Sandblasting Media And Later Dies
171 200757854 11/09/2004 0522500   1751 Employee Suffers Heart Attack And Dies
172 200750438 10/29/1999 0522500 X 1771 Employee Killed When Masonry Wall Collapses
173 200758407 03/12/2007 0522500   3541 Employee'S Body Found Next To Machine
174 106506.01 06/11/2018 0522300   Employee Is Injured When Floor Pit'S Cover Collapses
175 014476444 10/19/1988 0522000 X 3316 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Steel Coil
176 014371306 08/31/1993 0522000 X 1629 Employee Killed When Crushed By Tire Of Earth Mover
177 201952694 11/10/2000 0522000   2821 Employee Sustained Injuries To Arms When Caught In Feeder
178 101960557 12/13/2001 0522000 X 2899 Employee Died From Developing Occupational Asthma
179 000840173 02/02/1997 0521400 X 783 Employee Killed In Fall From Tree
180 200823763 11/01/2007 0521400   3471 Employee Is Struck By Forklift And Lacerates Leg

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