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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 170763395 07/26/2002 0950625   2011 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated While Moving Battery
102 201103389 07/24/2002 0950624   4225 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated While Changing Battery
103 201181310 07/05/2002 0950611   4131 Portable Jump Starter Explodes Injuring Two Employees
104 200673853 02/17/2002 0418800 X 7538 Employee Fatally Burned From Erupting Flames
105 201055845 07/05/2001 0950642   5399 Employee Injures Foot Jumping Of Runaway Pallet Jack
106 119948255 05/23/2001 0950633   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Battery Installation
107 200811016 04/06/2001 0627400 X 1389,1311 Owner Of Co., And An Employee Injured By Explosion
108 201510112 11/06/2000 0950651 X 1041 Employee Killed When Head Struck Ore Chute
109 202312450 05/05/2000 0950612   761 Employee Sustained Multiple Fractures When Rolled Over By Ha
110 201792850 03/28/2000 0950644   3341 Employee Injured When Battery Falls On Him
111 170831572 11/13/1999 0352450   5251 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Battery Charger
112 171058027 09/01/1999 0854910   5399 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Metal Rack
113 201630662 08/06/1999 1054112   7363,5093 Employee Falls From Platform
114 200370542 08/05/1999 0454510   3732 Two Employees Burned In Flash Fire On Boat
115 201981438 04/23/1999 0950411 X 4213 Employee Killed By Heart Attack
116 201141033 04/09/1999 0950631   4226 Employee Appears To Have A Stroke
117 200600518 12/09/1998 0625400   7379 Ten Employees Exposed To Battery Acid And Hydrogen Sulfide
118 201481835 09/13/1998 0950622   2741 Employee'S Foot Amputated By Forklift Battery
119 201151339 04/27/1998 0950633   4789 Employee Injured When Struck By Drum Lid
120 170900278 03/26/1998 0950641   7538 Employee Burned When Gas In Fuel Pump Ignites

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