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Keyword: "Automotive Repair"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 170609952 01/17/1995 0950641   5531 Employee'S Leg Fractured By Falling Transmission
82 131953.01 07/01/2020 0950641   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Compressor Cover
83 202542213 08/16/2010 0950641   7532 Unsecured Control Arm Strikes And Fractures Mechanic'S Jaw
84 201161858 04/28/2000 0950641   1799 Employee'S Fingertips Amputated By Fan Belt
85 170183545 05/08/1992 0950641   5531 Employee Injured When Run Over By Car
86 170184030 10/02/1991 0950641   1731 Employee Hospitalized After Being Run Over By Truck
87 170183024 12/18/1991 0950641   7538 Employee Injured When Struck By Van Rolling Off Ramps
88 170609861 12/29/1994 0950641   7537 Employee Burned By Ignited Lacquer Thinner
89 101874.01 07/20/2017 0950641   Automotive Shop Employee Is Injured When Car Moves
90 170184394 03/21/1992 0950641   7538 Employee'S Back Injured By Auto Falling From Lift
91 202541199 02/10/2010 0950641 X 7532 Employee Collapses While Changing Tire, Later Dies
92 170609622 08/04/1997 0950641   7538 Employee Burned In Gasoline Explosion
93 201164191 09/18/2002 0950641   5511 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated While Servicing Engine
94 170900278 03/26/1998 0950641   7538 Employee Burned When Gas In Fuel Pump Ignites
95 202473401 12/28/2006 0950636   7532 Employee Fractures Hip In Fall
96 202473229 10/06/2006 0950636   7534 Employee Is Injured When Changing Tire On Forklift
97 202473658 02/15/2007 0950636   2099 Employee Amputates Finger While Moving Transmission Gear Box
98 202478285 03/20/2012 0950636   3537 Mechanic Smashes Thumb With Hammer
99 105557.01 10/26/2017 0950635   Employee Crushes Finger When Caught By Automotive Lift And A
100 202530309 11/04/2010 0950635   7537 Employee Amputates Finger When Auto Transmission Falls

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