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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 202674396 10/31/2012 0352410 X 783 Employee Is Struck By Felled Tree, Dies
62 29335.015 09/20/2012 0215800 X Employee Is Crushed Between Two Objects And Is Killed
63 202544045 06/23/2012 0950641   783 Two Workers Injured When One Is Caught By Tree Chipper
64 21095.015 06/13/2012 0111700 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Feeding Tree Limbs Into Chipp
65 17535.015 05/21/2012 0214500 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Under A Fallen Chipper.
66 170627889 01/12/2012 0950621 X 783 Employee Decapitated By Chipper Accident
67 200084036 12/03/2011 0112000 X 783 Employee Is Struck By Falling Tree Limb, Later Dies
68 04008.015 11/18/2011 0524530 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In A Portable Wood Chipper
69 200375939 10/31/2011 0454510   783 Employee Loses Arm In Chipper Accident
70 200571693 10/27/2011 0316700 X 2411 Logger Is Killed When Struck By Falling Equipment
71 202126736 08/05/2011 0627500 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Truck And Spreader
72 201523909 07/11/2011 0111500   783 Employee Suffers Concussion When Struck By Machine
73 202543179 04/12/2011 0950641   783 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated By Falling Chipper Tongue
74 200922060 04/07/2011 0355112 X 3553,7699,3548,2411 Employee Is Burned In Chipping Machine Explosion
75 201363645 03/04/2011 0419400 X 2421 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
76 201076171 12/14/2010 0950632 X 783 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Wood Chipper
77 202507950 11/15/2010 0950622 X 783 Employee Gets Fatally Crushed By A Brush Chipper
78 202528287 09/25/2010 0420600 X 783 Employee Decapitated In Wood Chipper Accident
79 202507786 07/27/2010 0950622   1522 Employee Amputates Fingers Using Wood Chipper
80 201493335 03/27/2010 0950625 X 179 Employee Is Killed When Clothes Catch In Auger

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