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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 200752814 12/29/2008 0522500   3548 Forkliftl Battery Drops On Worker'S Foot, Severs Three Toes
42 126222.01 05/15/2020 0523900 X Worker Is Crushed And Killed Under Overturned School Bus
43 201401627 01/16/1998 0552651   1711 Battery Exploded Throwing Battery Acid In Employee'S Face
44 200600518 12/09/1998 0625400   7379 Ten Employees Exposed To Battery Acid And Hydrogen Sulfide
45 170081657 02/23/1996 0625700 X 2816 Employee Struck And Killed By Falling Battery
46 200212751 06/27/2010 0626000 X 2092 Employee Suffers Electrical Shock And Is Killed
47 000767715 07/29/1991 0626300   5311 Employees Overexposed To Acid Fumes From Overcharged Battery
48 014219570 09/10/1990 0626600 X 7997 Electric Shock - Cause Unknown
49 77539.015 06/19/2015 0626600 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Vehicle Falls From Jack
50 51106.015 08/20/2013 0626700 X Employee Dies After He Is Pinned Against Vertical Surface By
51 014497010 08/23/1988 0627100 X 3612 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Battery Charger
52 200811016 04/06/2001 0627400 X 1389,1311 Owner Of Co., And An Employee Injured By Explosion
53 000772673 01/09/1991 0627700   3533 Struck By Flying Objects - Battery Pack Explosion
54 99700.015 10/02/2017 0636900   Employee'S Legs Are Pinned Between Pallet Jack And Guardrail
55 200712636 07/26/2005 0636900 X 4212 Employee Dies From Battery Expolsion
56 014414924 07/26/1984 0728500 X 5932 Electric Shock - Contact With Faulty Utilization Equipment
57 107841.01 07/30/2018 0728900   Two Employees Incur Burns Due To Fire In Company Box Truck
58 201345477 08/20/2010 0729700 X 1389 Employee Dies In Explosion
59 115642.01 04/18/2019 0751910   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Plastic Banding Tool
60 200530343 12/28/2005 0751910   2011 Employee'S Thumb Tip Is Struck By Object, And Is Amputated

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