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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 000957555 04/27/1992 0950633   7538 Employee Blinded In Left Eye When Battery Explodes
122 111308.01 07/10/2018 0950633   Employee Receives Arm Amputation After It Is Caught In Engin
123 201157476 05/12/2003 0950633   4225 Employee Pinnned Bewteen Pallet And Metal Cross Bar
124 202531414 07/16/2012 0950635   4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Battery Rack
125 201038908 03/20/2007 0950635   4911 Employee'S Toes Crushed By Falling Metal Disc
126 108871.01 08/28/2018 0950635   Employee Lacerates Inside Of Right Wrist And Forearm On Shar
127 201037702 11/15/2005 0950635   4231 Employee'S Leg Is Injured While Operating Forklift
128 201036027 05/10/2003 0950635   7539 Employee Is Burned When Vapors Explode
129 110053.01 05/14/2018 0950641   Employee'S Finger Is Pinched When Caught Between Battery And
130 202541207 01/04/2010 0950641   2671 Leaking Propane Ignites Sending Two Workers To The Hospital
131 170900278 03/26/1998 0950641   7538 Employee Burned When Gas In Fuel Pump Ignites
132 202454070 09/21/2007 0950642   2434 Employee Injured When Forklift Battery Failed
133 201058153 11/02/2003 0950642   7539 Employee'S Face Burned While Replacing Battery In Automobile
134 202457321 07/25/2011 0950642   9224 Employee Hip Is Fractured In Trip And Fall
135 201055845 07/05/2001 0950642   5399 Employee Injures Foot Jumping Of Runaway Pallet Jack
136 201115656 02/13/2003 0950643   723 Employee Suffers Amputation
137 201792850 03/28/2000 0950644   3341 Employee Injured When Battery Falls On Him
138 170154850 01/15/1991 0950644   2711 Six Employees Injured After Inhaling Sulfuric Acid
139 170738371 06/03/1994 0950644   9511 Ten Employees Inhale Smoke From Fire
140 202478921 10/15/2012 0950644   2099 Employee Fractures Toes Under Falling Battery

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