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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 96252.015 03/24/2017 0627100   Employee Catches Finger In Mechanical Press Brake And Amputa
202 94773.015 03/23/2017 0751910   Employee Injures Finger While Making Closed Hem On Powered L
203 94267.015 03/21/2017 0523400   Employee Amputates Fingertip In Hydraulic Brake Press
204 94223.015 03/20/2017 0523400   Employee Amputates Two Fingertips When Brake Press Actuates
205 94511.015 03/20/2017 0751910   Employee Amputates Thumb While Using Press Brake.
206 94019.015 03/15/2017 0454715   Employee Amputates Left Ring Finger When Reaching Into A Pre
207 93918.015 03/08/2017 0729700   Employee Fractures Arm When Clearing Press Die
208 96179.015 02/20/2017 0950631   Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated In Press Brake
209 93574.015 02/17/2017 0418800   Employee Fractures Thumb While Working With Press Brake
210 93238.015 02/13/2017 0420600   Employee Amputates Finger In Brake Press Machine
211 93103.015 02/09/2017 0317300   Employee Is Caught In Press Brake And Lacerates Finger
212 93160.015 02/08/2017 0454714   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught In Press Die
213 93011.015 02/07/2017 0830500   Employee Is Caught In Press Brake And Receives Partial Amput
214 96831.015 02/04/2017 0950643   Employee Drives Cart Through Door And Sustains Fractures
215 93508.015 02/03/2017 0317300   Employee'S Eye Is Injured By Nail
216 93113.015 01/27/2017 0552652   Employee Fractures Fingers In Press Brake Clamp
217 92616.015 01/23/2017 0950612   Employee Crushes Fingers In Press
218 92924.015 01/20/2017 0552652   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated In Press Brake
219 92429.015 01/17/2017 0524700   Employee Sustains Fractures And Lacerations In Unguarded Pre
220 92507.015 01/17/2017 0418200   Employee Sustains Broken Foot When Pinned Between Two Forkli

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