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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 202562948 08/29/2008 0950612   7542 Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated By Saw
122 202527750 01/24/2008 0950612   1751 Employee Slips Using Skill Saw And And Lacerates Leg
123 170886915 03/11/1997 0950612   1521 Employee'S Toe Amputated When Skill Saw Kicks Back
124 201126315 07/11/2007 0950613   1521 Employee Lacerates Hand Using Circular Saw
125 201124104 10/31/2002 0950613   5712 Employee Cuts Finger When Reaching Into Circular Saw
126 201126109 01/22/2007 0950613   1751 Employee Amputates Finger While Using Circular Saw
127 170209365 11/05/1992 0950613   1751 Employee'S Leg Cut By Portable Power Saw
128 201124252 01/15/2003 0950613   1542 Employee Injured Using A Circular Saw
129 201123346 06/21/2001 0950613   1541 Employee'S Thumb Lacerated When Saw Kicks Back
130 170175434 08/03/1991 0950613   1521 Employee'S Leg Injured When Deeply Lacerated By Circular Saw
131 106487.01 06/02/2018 0950614   Employee Lacerates Hand With Circular Saw And Amputates Fing
132 170702898 05/21/1993 0950614   3599 Employee Amputates Fingertip With A Circular Table Saw
133 202587333 02/06/2012 0950614   1771 Employee Cuts Hand With Circular Saw
134 202587036 04/06/2011 0950614   2448 Employee Hand Is Fractured In Sawing Machine
135 170176416 08/26/1997 0950614   7361 Employee'S Hand Injured In Circular Table Saw
136 101808.01 11/28/2017 0950614   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated In Power Saw Kick Back
137 201507878 08/30/2007 0950614   2449 Employee Amputates Fingers In Circular Saw
138 170720544 02/13/1992 0950614   3612 Employee Cuts Off Thumb With Powered Skil Saw
139 170208078 11/19/1990 0950614   3442 Employee Lacerates Two Fingers In Circular Saw
140 202587861 10/22/2012 0950614   1751 Carpenter'S Finger Amputation Is Traced To Lack Of Training

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