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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 170248942 01/19/1992 1055330 X 5211,7381 Employee Dies Of Heart Attack
202 000511436 07/08/1991 0950624   4953 Garbage Man'S Arm Severely Lacerated By Broken Planter
203 000968677 06/13/1991 0953220 X 1611 Employee Dies Of Heart Disease
204 170065403 06/11/1991 0950411 X 7312 Employee Dies Of Collapsed Artery At Job Site
205 170175111 05/20/1991 0950613   1623 Employee Injured When Cut By Falling Electric Saw
206 170070460 03/11/1991 0352420 X 8211 Employee Killed When Piece Of Plywood Ejects From Saw
207 170199335 02/01/1991 0950626   1381 Employee'S Leg Injured When Crushed Under Forklift
208 170196877 12/17/1990 0950624 X 1522 Employee Bleeds To Death After Glass Shard Severs Leg Artery
209 000550475 12/12/1990 0627400 X 1389 Employee Killed When Clothing Is Caught In Belt And Pulley
210 000885053 11/08/1990 0953220 X 7538 Employee Slips On Oily Floor And Later Dies
211 014274104 10/19/1990 0111100 X 783 Employee Killed In Fall From Tree
212 170170609 09/13/1990 0950615 X 762 Employee Dies After Being Run Over By 2-Ton Grape Bin
213 170251722 08/14/1990 1055350 X 3271 Employee Killed When Pinned Between Truck And Hopper
214 014438931 07/10/1990 1032500 X 2411 Employee Killed When Cut By Grain Auger
215 170065460 04/02/1990 0950411 X 5091 Employee Crushed And Killed By Falling Particle Boards
216 014559660 12/27/1989 0855610 X 1623 Employee Killed When Crushed By Concrete Vault
217 014535751 10/10/1989 0830300 X 4213 Employee Caught Between Truck Door And Concrete Wall
218 014491724 05/31/1989 0214500 X 2676 Employee Killed When Pulled Into Paper Roll
219 014493506 05/22/1989 0627400 X 1622 Employee Struck By Stake Attached To Heavy Equipment
220 014394399 02/23/1989 0625700 X 2421 Employee Killed When Caught In Chain And Sprocket

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