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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 170164453 07/31/1990 0950631   1731 Electric Shock - Contact With U'Ground Line Thru Borer
2 170245898 12/03/1990 1055310   3273 Employee'S Fingers Amputated In Drill
3 000710624 03/14/1991 1054116   1623 Employee Injured When Caught By Rotating Shaft
4 000724344 04/19/1993 0521700 X 3542 Employee Killed When Caught In Machine
5 170358444 10/02/1993 0950635   4952 Employee Suffers Crushed Tip Of Left Index Finger
6 014502421 03/07/1995 0213900 X 1611 Employee Killed When Entangled In Rotating Part
7 200100048 10/09/1996 0522300 X 3599 Employee Killed When Clothing Caught In Boring Mill
8 200450195 03/18/1997 0418600 X 1623 Employee Killed When Leg Caught In Boring Machine
9 201400785 06/11/1997 0552651   1623 Employee Strikes Gas Line When Boring Under Road
10 170896559 11/03/1997 0950644   3553 Employee'S Finger Amputated In Horizontal Boring Machine
11 200710408 12/18/1997 0636900 X 1799 Employee Killed When Caught In Boring Machine
12 201401528 01/19/1998 0552651 X 1794 Employee Asphyxiated When He Entered A Bore Casing
13 201401536 01/19/1998 0552651   1794 Employee Asphyxiated When He Entered A Bore Casing
14 200740280 02/04/1998 0213100 X 1623 Employee Killed When Clothing Catches On Rotating Rod
15 170896302 04/22/1998 0950644 X 1799 Employee Killed When Crushed Under Earth-Boring Machine
16 170898431 05/07/1998 0950644   2611 Employee Killed When Struck By Earth Drilling Machine
17 000948869 05/29/1998 0355111 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By Rotating Pipe Wrench
18 170847651 08/11/1998 0950652   1622 Two Employees Injured In Natural Gas Explosion
19 170902175 08/27/1998 0950652   1622 Employee'S Leg Amputated In Horizontal Boring Machine
20 200963023 12/18/1998 0352440   1799 Employee'S Arm Fractured When Caught By Boring Rod

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