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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 109653.01 06/22/2018 0950641   Employee Using Table Saw Amputates Two Fingertips
102 107124.01 06/18/2018 0950621   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Ankle
103 111690.01 06/12/2018 0950621   Employee Operating Table Saw Lacerates Fingers
104 107019.01 06/11/2018 0950612   Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Floor Opening
105 106233.01 05/31/2018 0950615   Employee Descending Ladder Shoots Self With Nail Gun
106 106464.01 05/30/2018 0751910   Employee Falls And Incurs Multiple Fractures
107 106199.01 05/30/2018 0950621   Employee Is Struck And Injured By Falling Wood Frame
108 107222.01 05/22/2018 0134000   Employee Injures Back And Lacerates Ears In Fall From Second
109 107428.01 05/22/2018 0352410   Employee Sustains Leg Laceration In Fall From Ladder
110 108066.01 05/18/2018 0950624   Employee Carrying Wood Frame Trips And Injures Back
111 105690.01 05/16/2018 0522300   Employee Installing Windows Falls And Incurs Multiple Injuri
112 106737.01 05/14/2018 0953210   Employee'S Finger, Cut When Saw Kicks Back, Requires Amputat
113 106733.01 05/14/2018 0625400   Jointer/Planer Operator Amputates Fingertip While Completing
114 105938.01 05/09/2018 0950644   Employee Using Nail Gun Punctures Hand
115 105665.01 05/07/2018 0830600   Employee Falls From Landing And Dislocates Shoulder
116 108559.01 05/03/2018 0950614   Employee Fractures Knee After Activating Pneumatic Nail Gun
117 112095.01 05/03/2018 0950632   Employee Using Nail Gun Shoots Into Leg And Incurs Puncture
118 107549.01 05/02/2018 0521400   Two Employees Fall From Job Box And Sustain Fractures
119 105455.01 05/01/2018 0950612   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated When Power Saw Kicks Back
120 105623.01 04/30/2018 0953210   Employee Falls From Ladder And Breaks Hip, Wrist

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