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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 170714406 03/09/1993 0950631   3714 Employee'S Eye Lacerated By Broken Eyeglass
142 202555140 07/06/2012 0950631   5511 Employee'S Thumb Is Crushed When Truck Engine Falls
143 202551305 03/06/2010 0950631 X 5531 Tire Installer Dies After Being Struck By Object
144 201147162 12/21/2005 0950631 X 7549 Employee Struck In Head By Object
145 171011463 11/12/2000 0950631 X 7513 Employee Killed When Crushed Under Rolling Truck
146 202554929 05/30/2012 0950631   9224 Worker Fractures Hip In Fall When Strap Fitting Comes Loose
147 201142254 10/08/2001 0950631   7532 Employee Suffers Amputation Of Finger
148 170623557 06/08/1996 0950625   7533 Employee Injured In Fall Off Auto Lift
149 201089489 04/26/2007 0950625   5511 Employee Is Burned When Gas Tank Fumes Burst Into Flame
150 201088853 02/08/2007 0950625   7532 Automotive Painter Sustains Abrasions When Tractor Starts
151 201491776 08/24/2008 0950625   7549 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Motor Home
152 170616007 01/02/1996 0950625   7538 Employee Injured By Falling Truck When Jack Stand Slips
153 201083433 12/17/2001 0950625   7538 Employee Injured When Crushed By Vehicle
154 201494101 08/20/2010 0950625   7538 Employee Is Burned By Hot Water
155 106052.01 12/12/2017 0950625   Employee Is Run Over While Troubleshooting Tractor
156 103870.01 09/25/2017 0950625   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Truck While Repairing
157 201497161 11/21/2012 0950625 X 7538 Vehicle In Jacks Falls And Kills Mechanic
158 201089158 04/25/2007 0950625   5531 Employee Is Struck By Car, Fractures Legs
159 201080462 06/25/1997 0950625 X 7549 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Dump Truck Body
160 202517280 05/12/2008 0950624   7538 Truck Mechanic Sustains Bruises When Tire Explodes

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