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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 170184394 03/21/1992 0950641   7538 Employee'S Back Injured By Auto Falling From Lift
82 202541199 02/10/2010 0950641 X 7532 Employee Collapses While Changing Tire, Later Dies
83 201161858 04/28/2000 0950641   1799 Employee'S Fingertips Amputated By Fan Belt
84 170899306 01/09/1996 0950641   5531 Employee'S Finger Injured While Testing Car Fan Belt
85 170609952 01/17/1995 0950641   5531 Employee'S Leg Fractured By Falling Transmission
86 201165784 01/29/2004 0950641   7549 Employee Amputates Fingers While Operating Cut-Off Saw
87 170609861 12/29/1994 0950641   7537 Employee Burned By Ignited Lacquer Thinner
88 170900278 03/26/1998 0950641   7538 Employee Burned When Gas In Fuel Pump Ignites
89 201166931 08/12/2005 0950641 X 7532 Employee Is Killed When Machine Falls On Head
90 202473658 02/15/2007 0950636   2099 Employee Amputates Finger While Moving Transmission Gear Box
91 202473401 12/28/2006 0950636   7532 Employee Fractures Hip In Fall
92 202473229 10/06/2006 0950636   7534 Employee Is Injured When Changing Tire On Forklift
93 202478285 03/20/2012 0950636   3537 Mechanic Smashes Thumb With Hammer
94 202529939 11/24/2009 0950635   3714 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Parts
95 201031101 11/05/1997 0950635   5541 Employee'S Legs Fractured When Van Tips Off Auto Lift
96 202530309 11/04/2010 0950635   7537 Employee Amputates Finger When Auto Transmission Falls
97 105557.01 10/26/2017 0950635   Employee Crushes Finger When Caught By Automotive Lift And A
98 130312.01 10/13/2020 0950635 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed While Working On Forklift
99 201033701 04/24/2001 0950635   5511 Employee Suffers Crushed Hand
100 110369.01 10/10/2018 0950633   Employee Dismounting Tire Sustains Amputation Of Finger

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