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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
361 201204823 05/22/2012 1054114   3715 Employee Is Injured When Struck In Eye By Piece Of Metal
362 17535.015 05/21/2012 0214500 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Under A Fallen Chipper.
363 31575.015 05/15/2012 0336000 X Hospital Worker Is Pinned Against Wall By Runaway Truck And
364 31555.015 05/15/2012 0336000 X Hospital Worker Is Pinned Against Wall By Runaway Truck And
365 202544060 05/12/2012 0950641   8221 Worker Sustains Leg Fracture When Cart Overturns
366 202651956 02/08/2012 0352430 X 1741 Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Truck And Wall
367 201345964 02/03/2012 0729700 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Garbage Truck
368 202471504 01/30/2012 0950646   7542 Employee Suffers A Partial Thumb Amputation
369 200626380 01/27/2012 0454712 X 4231 Employee Is Fatally Pinned Between Tractor And Trailer
370 201694262 12/23/2011 0950662   2098 Forklift Driver'S Ankle Is Crushed By Forklift
371 201044666 12/02/2011 0953220 X 4789 Employee Is Crushed Under Trailer
372 202554374 11/14/2011 0950631   3433 Employee Amputates Fingers On Press Machine
373 202553681 11/11/2011 0950631   3469 Employee'S Hand Is Crushed By Machine
374 202521712 11/07/2011 0950624 X 4214 Driver Is Killed When Run Over By Garbage Truck
375 201128709 11/07/2011 0950613   4212 Garbage Truck Driver Loses Finger, Struck By Rolling Truck
376 202492849 11/05/2011 0950621   7363 Employee Crushes Foot In Vehicle Accident
377 200264356 10/24/2011 0627100 X 4619 Employee Is Fatally Crushed By Truck
378 202614053 10/13/2011 1054111   3993 Employee Lacerates Fingers When Machine Cycles
379 202494290 09/01/2011 0215000 X 7521 Employee Is Crushed By Car And Killed
380 201077583 08/30/2011 0950632   1799 Employee Breaks Arm When Brakes On Forklift Malfunction

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