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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014478135 11/25/1986 0111100   7363,2396 Leg Amputated In Baler Machine
2 91572.015 12/18/2016 0111100 X Employee Dies From Heart Attack While Loading Cardboard Bale
3 200460848 06/19/2000 0111400 X 4953 Employee Killed When Crushed In Paper Baler/Compacter
4 200610376 03/19/1999 0111700 X 2299 Employee Killed When Struck By Heavy Metal Door
5 200090371 06/05/2003 0112300 X 5093 Employee Decapitated In A Paper Bailing Machine
6 96788.015 04/28/2017 0112600   Employee Suffers Deep Laceration Of Forearm And Elbow When C
7 200770329 03/10/1996 0134000 X 5093 Employee Killed In Fall Into Baler
8 77742.015 06/19/2015 0155010 X Employee Is Killed When His Upper Body Was Crushed By Hay Ba
9 014302392 12/10/1988 0155010 X 5093 Employee Killed When Caught In Paper Baler
10 95257.015 03/30/2017 0213100   Employee Catches Hand In Baler And Amputates His Hand
11 170020168 09/14/1992 0213100 X 2621 Employee Killed When Pinned Under Paper Bales
12 200740256 10/11/1997 0213100 X 4953 Employee Killed When Crushed By Ram In Baler
13 91206.015 12/08/2016 0213400 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Box Bailing Machine
14 201331279 06/04/2011 0213600 X 5093 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Compactor/Baler
15 014484885 04/18/1986 0213600 X 5093 Employee Killed When Head Crushed By Tamper Platen
16 201330883 08/12/2005 0213600 X 5093 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Feed Conveyor To Baler
17 201770054 04/17/1996 0213900 X 5093 Employee Killed When Crushed In Baler
18 201770401 11/07/1995 0213900 X 5093 Employee #1 Crushed And Killed By Ram In Baling Machine.
19 014307938 11/29/1988 0214200 X 5093 Employee Dies Of Embolism After Foot Injury On Conveyor
20 200020261 01/20/1997 0214200   2679 Employee'S Fingers Amputated In Baler

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