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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 132754.01 01/24/2021 0454510 X Employee Is Killed By Asphyxiation After Being Caught Betwee
2 128248.01 07/22/2020 1055360 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed After Manually Getting Hay
3 123165.01 01/11/2020 0626600 X Employee Is Crushed By Baler Ram And Is Killed
4 115876.01 04/27/2019 0950621 X Employee Dies From Heart Attack
5 115632.01 04/19/2019 0521100   Employee Amputates Hand While Performing Maintenance Work On
6 116059.01 04/09/2019 0420600   Employee Injures Hand When Caught In Baler
7 114888.01 03/19/2019 0524200   Employee Amputates Finger While Loading Baler
8 114055.01 02/21/2019 0728900   Employee Sustains Fingertip Amputation While Working On Bale
9 117866.01 01/15/2019 0950647   Employee Clearing Wire From Baler Component Cuts Thumb
10 112199.01 12/22/2018 0524700   Worker'S Toes Are Amputated On Rubber Baling Machine
11 111437.01 11/30/2018 0214500   Employee Partially Amputates Finger When Caught Between Bale
12 112074.01 11/26/2018 0950614   Worker Loses Eye After It Is Struck By Baling Wire
13 114937.01 11/23/2018 1054114   Employee Sustains Puncture To Forearm When Caught By Grapple
14 110805.01 10/30/2018 0552652   Employee Twists Hand When Caught By Baler And Amputates Fing
15 110905.01 10/30/2018 0418300   Employee Amputates Toes When Struck By Baler Cutter While Re
16 111342.01 10/03/2018 0552652   Employee Fractures Arm When Struck By Paper Bag Baler Arm
17 110264.01 09/25/2018 0636900   Employee Lacerates Arm When Struck By Baler Belt
18 109411.01 09/21/2018 0257220   Employee Is Pinned By Metal Piece And Sustains Multiple Frac
19 109096.01 09/11/2018 0524500   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Baler Machine
20 108713.01 08/29/2018 0626700   Employee Crushes Hand When Caught By Baler Door

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