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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 115268.01 02/21/2019 1054111   Employee Amputates Hand After Striking Operational Saw Blade
122 202613576 03/15/2011 1054111   3471 Employee Splashes Chemicals; Suffers Skin Burn And Infection
123 201632213 10/27/2001 1054111 X 7363,4959 Employee Asphyxiated When Shirt Is Caught In Conveyor Belt
124 014304729 07/16/1990 1050210   2091 Employee'S Arm Severed When Caught In Pinch Point
125 014547830 03/31/1984 1050210 X 1429 Pulled Into Rock Crusher
126 014547590 03/04/1987 1050210 X 1382 Employee Killed When Caught In Rotating Drill
127 014550883 11/19/1991 1032500 X 2951 Employee Killed When Shirt Catches In Conveyor Tail Pulley
128 014551386 10/05/1986 1032500 X 2034 Employee Dies When Caught In Rotating Shaft
129 000509836 12/19/1995 1032500   241 Employee'S Limbs Amputated In Rotating Shaft
130 000509406 02/15/1994 1032500 X 1629 Employee Killed During Propane Explosion
131 014438493 03/30/1993 1032500 X 2752 Burn - Electrical Fault In Fuseholder
132 014509772 05/03/1994 1032300 X 3731 Employee Dies In Fire Started In Enriched Oxygen Atmosphere
133 201580776 01/03/2001 1032300 X 3731 Employee Burned And Killed While Welding
134 000968172 01/02/1990 0953220   3446 Burn - Fault In Panelboard
135 201042595 02/25/2006 0953220   4111 Burn - Electrical Fault In Rail System
136 000779488 09/14/1988 0953210   1611 Employee'S Arm Amputated When Caught In Conveyor
137 170707822 05/11/2001 0953210   3991 Employee Sustained Lacerations When Caught In Roller
138 144542.01 12/14/2021 0953210   Employee Receives Fractures To Left Arm When Caught In Rotat
139 202251310 03/10/2004 0953210   1799 Employee Injured When Caught By Auger Of Digging Machine
140 014548895 09/24/1984 0951510   179 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom

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