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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
361 014520415 05/01/1984 0524530 X 5932 Crushed By Unblocked Jacked Vehicle
362 103308.01 02/20/2018 0524500   Employee Catches Finger Between Air Conditioning Belt And Pu
363 000589473 06/29/1995 0524200 X 7532 Employee Killed When Crushed By Car Falling From Lift
364 201260460 05/07/1999 0524200 X 5015 Employee Crushed By Motor Vehicle
365 104662.01 04/02/2018 0524200   Employee Sustains Facial Burns From Differential Oil
366 201260148 07/25/1997 0524200 X 7538 Employee Killed When Car Falls Off Bumper Jack
367 200340693 03/13/2007 0523900   5014 Employee Dies Of Heart Attack That Is Not Work-Related
368 121506.01 05/08/2019 0523900   Employee Fractures Skull In Possible Fall From Ladder
369 200340115 10/05/1999 0523900   5511 Three Employees Sustain Burns In Solvent Fire
370 014367056 02/06/1993 0523400 X 7549 Employee Crushed To Death By Vehicle
371 200120160 12/29/1997 0523400 X 7699 Employee Killed When Struck By Van
372 200120202 04/03/1998 0523400 X 7699 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Forklift Mast
373 200802627 03/03/2011 0523300   5087 Worker Inflating Tire Fractures Pelvis When Sidewall Fails
374 018181560 03/02/1998 0522500 X 7538 Employee Dies Of Burns Sustained In Gasoline Fire
375 63330.015 06/17/2014 0522500 X Employee Is Killed When Transmission Strikes
376 014475925 03/18/1999 0522000 X 7538 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Car
377 107902.01 05/29/2018 0522000 X Employee Dies After Falling And Sustaining Head Injury
378 108773.01 08/23/2018 0521700   Employee Sustains Burns To Body When Sprayed By Heated Solut
379 104292.01 03/20/2018 0521700   Employee Is Splashed With Hot Fluids From An Automotive Radi
380 000722272 01/01/1986 0521700 X 7538 Employee Killed, Two Hospitalized From Carbon Monoxide

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