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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 000903617 02/12/1990 0551800 X 3334 Burn - Electrical Fault In Disconnect Box
222 170196752 02/18/1990 0950624   2037 Employee'S Arm Injured When Caught In Degrasser
223 170201776 02/26/1990 0950624   5944 Employee'S Thighs Burned When Flammable Liquid Ignites
224 000943514 03/01/1990 0453710 X 132 Employee Burned In Explosion Of Enamel Reducer Can
225 014429286 03/06/1990 0830500 X 3732 Mechanic Killed When Caught In Truck'S Power Take-Off
226 000784082 03/09/1990 0452110   2252 Employee Sustains Chemical Burns On Feet And Legs
227 170253397 03/13/1990 1055340   2448 Employee Injured When Caught In Rotating Shaft
228 001002542 03/18/1990 0253620 X 9224 Employee Struck By Automobile
229 014499016 03/29/1990 0626600 X 3541 Employee 'S Arm Broken While Changing Drill Bits
230 014401533 04/11/1990 0636900 X 3743 Employee Killed In Lp Tank Explosion
231 170120562 04/11/1990 0453710   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Motor Control Center
232 014504435 04/13/1990 0728500 X 4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Electrical Cabinet
233 000741991 04/30/1990 0352430   1623 Burn - Electrical Fault In Switchgear
234 000953034 05/07/1990 0355118   3441 Employee'S Arm Injured When Caught In Mill
235 170251466 05/09/1990 1055350   139 Employee'S Arm Fractured When Caught In Sprayer Pto Shaft
236 170208813 05/10/1990 0950623   8211 Employee'S Leg Amputated After Foot Infection Spreads
237 014434252 05/11/1990 0951510   4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
238 170203137 06/05/1990 0950626   721 Employee'S Sleeves Caught On Tractor U-Joint
239 000759076 06/08/1990 0551800   3714 Employee Injured When Crushed Between Press And Transfer Bar
240 170164180 06/15/1990 0950631   3652 Employee'S Finger Amputated After Fall From Ladder

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