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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 202517876 06/23/2008 0950624   7361 Employee Fractures Elbow In Fall From Pallet Jack
102 201105996 02/09/2005 0950624   3993 Employee'S Eye Is Injured In Battery Explosion
103 201103389 07/24/2002 0950624   4225 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated While Changing Battery
104 202520516 05/12/2010 0950624   7261 Employee Injured From Chemical Vapor
105 170763395 07/26/2002 0950625   2011 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated While Moving Battery
106 115284.01 03/11/2019 0950625   Worker Suffers Partial Amputation When Finger Is Caught By C
107 201496924 08/31/2012 0950625   7533 Mechanic Suffers Burns To Arm And Leg When Fuel Ignited
108 201497856 05/30/2013 0950625 X 5148 Employee Killed In Accidental Electrocution
109 201149093 05/25/2007 0950631   3732 Employee Is Burned By Boat Battery Explosion, Later Dies
110 201141033 04/09/1999 0950631   4226 Employee Appears To Have A Stroke
111 201143484 04/03/2003 0950631 X 4959 Mechanic Installing Engine Is Burned When Fuel Ignites
112 170167316 03/02/1996 0950631   5541 Employee Burned When Sprayed By Flaming Gasoline
113 99772.015 07/31/2017 0950631   Employee'S Eye Is Burned From Chemical Splash
114 118671.01 04/08/2019 0950631   Employee Suffers Electrical Burn While Charging Golf Cart
115 201146917 08/30/2005 0950631   5082 Employee Suffers Burns From Spilled Battery Acid
116 201074630 12/21/2009 0950632   5015 Employee Is Burned When Battery Explodes
117 201067899 06/18/2004 0950632   9223 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Fan Blade
118 202634184 09/19/2011 0950633   8711 Employee Is Shocked By Battery Charger
119 201157476 05/12/2003 0950633   4225 Employee Pinnned Bewteen Pallet And Metal Cross Bar
120 99220.015 09/06/2017 0950633   Employee Sustains Leg Fracture When Pinned Against A Battery

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