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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201177532 03/22/2005 0950621   5311 Employee Amputates Fingers In Fan Belt
142 202364725 03/22/2005 1055310 X 8211 Employee Is Run Over By Bus And Killed
143 200211688 03/16/2005 0626000 X 7538 Employee Is Killed While Performing Maintenance On Vehicle
144 202076428 02/24/2005 0453730   3715 Employee Sustains Fractures Using Tire Changing Machine
145 201119286 02/21/2005 0950643   7549 Employee'S Finger Becomes Infected After Puncture
146 201177151 02/04/2005 0950621   5193 Employee'S Ribs Are Fractured By Rolling Tire
147 201020351 01/25/2005 0950615   7538 Employee Amputates Finger While Repairing Electric Door
148 201020419 01/20/2005 0950615   3272 Mechanic'S Arm Is Crushed By Moving Equipment
149 200082105 01/11/2005 0112000 X 1771 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Falling Truck
150 200773760 11/06/2004 0134000 X 7538 Employees Crushed By Vehicle
151 202004578 10/28/2004 0317000 X 7538 Employee Dies In Fire
152 200712347 10/14/2004 0636900 X 7538 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Trailer
153 201281870 10/01/2004 0418100 X 7538 Employee Killed When Crushed By Moving Vehicle
154 200082006 09/16/2004 0112000 X 7549 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Tractor Trailer Wheel
155 200553592 08/30/2004 0625700 X 4213 Employee Is Killed After Being Run Over By Trailer
156 014319248 08/20/2004 0316700 X 7534 Employee Is Killed While Repairing Multi-Piece Wheel
157 200052298 08/02/2004 0728900   7538 Employee Is Injured When Tire Ruptures
158 200880896 07/26/2004 0215800 X 7538 Mechanic Is Struck By Car In Garage And Is Killed
159 201058898 07/20/2004 0950642   7538 Employee Is Injured By Exploding Tire During Inflation
160 201311248 06/25/2004 0213400 X 5521 Employee Dies When Car Falls On Him

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