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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 170376305 05/07/1994 0950614   5531 Employee'S Hand Injured When Torsion Bar Falls
82 014539001 06/17/1994 0452110 X 1623 Employee Crushed When Dump Truck Falls Off Jack
83 171004385 07/27/1994 0950632   7538 Employee'S Finger Amputated By Bus Fan Belt
84 000976993 08/01/1994 0551800 X 2047 Employee Dies Of Suffocation When Pinned Under Pickup
85 170829071 08/09/1994 0352420 X 5211 Employee Killed When Van Falls From Collapsing Cinderblock
86 171004872 10/15/1994 0950632   5531 Employee Burned By Hot Automotive Radiator Water
87 000601542 10/17/1994 0420600 X 5511 Employee Dies When Head Is Crushed By Falling Auto Lift
88 014327019 11/04/1994 0317500 X 7532 Employee Killed When Truck Falls Off Jacks
89 170380430 12/14/1994 0950615 X 5093 Employee Dies Of Asphyxiation
90 170609861 12/29/1994 0950641   7537 Employee Burned By Ignited Lacquer Thinner
91 170681696 12/30/1994 0854910   7538 Employee Suffers Symptoms Of Co Poisoning From Car Exhaust
92 170609952 01/17/1995 0950641   5531 Employee'S Leg Fractured By Falling Transmission
93 170737100 02/14/1995 0950645   5511 Employee Injured When Gasoline Enters Ear
94 000922682 03/28/1995 0418200   7538 Two Employees Burned By Gasoline Fire
95 170708382 04/29/1995 0950645   5311 Employee'S Fingertip Amputated In Auto Lift Accident
96 170378053 05/01/1995 0950613   5511 Employee Injured When Pinned To Workbench By Van
97 170354559 05/04/1995 0950622   7549 Employee Injured In Fall Through Open Service Pit
98 170593214 05/24/1995 0950632   7538 Employee'S Eye Pierced By Flying Steel During Auto Repair
99 170883425 05/26/1995 0950642   4111 Employee'S Fingers Amputated When Caught In Running Fan Belt
100 170133987 06/15/1995 1054118 X 1794 Employee Killed When Differential Crushes Chest

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