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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014273445 12/31/1990 0111100 X 241 Employee Killed When Caught By Rotating Shaft
2 014478309 11/18/1987 0111100   1781 Employee Injured When Clothing Catches In Auger
3 311802995 03/10/2008 0111100   2421 Employee Is Injured When Caught In Rotating Shaft
4 170110993 05/25/1993 0111400 X 1799 Employee Killed When Caught In Earth Drilling Auger
5 200460467 06/16/1999 0111400 X 3321 Employee Dies Of Strangulation On Milling Machine
6 115337.01 04/15/2019 0111400   Employee'S Shirt Catches On Fire At Burning Table, Sustains
7 170111371 03/24/1997 0111400 X 171 Employee Crushed And Killed By Auger In Sand Hopper
8 000660407 12/22/1990 0111400 X 1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
9 000660225 01/23/1989 0111400 X 1781 Employee Killed When Caught In Well Drilling Machine
10 67752.015 08/26/2014 0111400 X Employee Is Killed When Clothing Caught In Gas Pipe Threader
11 200461820 12/29/2004 0111400 X 4212 Mechanic Is Killed When Shirt Is Caught On Rotating Shaft
12 113249.01 01/06/2019 0111400 X Employee Gets Caught In A Rotating Shaft And Is Killed
13 000657841 08/16/1989 0111400 X 4911 Burn - Explosion In Manhole
14 201521242 06/12/2001 0111500   2899 Employee Injured From Erupting Acid Solution
15 000817387 12/16/1992 0111500 X 3351 Employee Dies When Clothes Ignited By Cutting Torch
16 170667117 07/10/2001 0111500 X 4911 Electric Shock And Burn - Contact With Overhead Line
17 201520061 03/13/1997 0111500   2892 Employee'S Arm Fractured When Pulled Into Conveyor
18 170710107 01/13/1994 0111500   3843 Employee Injured When Caught In Pto Rotating Shaft
19 170710511 09/14/1995 0111500   2899 Employee Suffers Burns In Chemical Explosion
20 200612158 01/26/2006 0111700   7353 Worker Suffers Burns When Gasoline On Clothing Ignites

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