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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 201632924 05/10/2002 1054112   1794 Employee'S Fingers Amputated By Trackhoe Bucket
2 201631793 05/10/2001 1054112 X 1794 Employee Was Crushed When Backhoe Bucket Dropped
3 201941556 07/15/2001 0951510 X 1741 Employee Killed When Struck By A Front End Loader Bucket
4 202318044 12/14/2012 0950653   8999 Mechanic Amputates Finger On Bucket Elevator Chain
5 123020.01 07/11/2019 0950647   Employee'S Finger Is Pinched Between Nut And Bolt Resulting
6 201096427 04/04/2003 0950645   4941 Employee Fractures Legs When Struck By Truck Tailgate
7 201793114 06/30/2000 0950644 X 1541 Employee Killed When Impaled By Conveyor Support
8 170150338 07/27/1992 0950644   1711 Employee Injured By Tipping Clam Bucket
9 202462644 10/14/2005 0950643   7363 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Unguarded Moving Chain
10 201164498 11/21/2002 0950641   1771 Employee'S Knee Pinned Between Dirt And Bucket
11 201156064 04/04/2002 0950633   1742 Employee Amputates Two Fingers In A Plaster Mixer
12 201075694 04/08/2010 0950632   4971 Employee Injures Hand When Caughter Between Bucket And Blade
13 201072311 10/20/2007 0950632   1321 Employee Suffers Multiple Injuries From Electric Shock
14 201080629 07/26/1997 0950625   212 Employee Injured When Struck By Pipe
15 201105640 09/10/2004 0950624   723 Employee Is Injured When Caught In Conveyor
16 201482262 05/18/1999 0950622 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By Loader Bucket
17 201170495 05/03/1997 0950621   783 Employee Injured When Aerial Lift Failed Mechanically
18 202489977 09/30/2009 0950621   761 Employee Amputates Fingertip When Caught In Nip Point
19 202490033 01/15/2010 0950621   722 Femployee Amputates Fingers While Cleaning Walnut Equipment
20 201176765 03/03/2005 0950621   783 Employee'S Forearm Is Amputated By Power Line

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