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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 170009716 07/31/2001 1055320 X 1542 Employee Killed When Applying Wall Coating
2 201202272 06/20/2003 1054114   1721 Employee'S Arm Caught In Press Rolls
3 201111408 10/23/1998 0950643   3479 Employee Burned When Removing Cork From Machine
4 314828849 03/15/2012 0950643   3721 Employee'S Left Pinky Finger Amputated In Mvt Chamber
5 202657409 03/15/2013 0950643   1742 Worker Falls Over Retaining Wall While Fleeing Swarm Of Bees
6 201051182 02/28/1998 0950642 X 1521 One Killed, One Injured By Carbon Monoxide Exposure
7 201053972 04/05/2000 0950642   8999 Employee Injured When Steel Staves Tipped Over
8 201053964 04/05/2000 0950642   3479 Employee Injured When Steel Staves Tipped Over On Him
9 202475869 04/28/2009 0950636   1761 Employee Injects Roof Coating Into Finger,Is Later Amputated
10 202476115 09/24/2007 0950636   3851 Employee Exposed To Acid, Thumb Required Amputation
11 201036704 11/02/2004 0950635   3728 Employee Suffers Lacerated Hand When Operating Machine
12 125898460 08/21/1998 0950633   3272 Employee'S Ankle Fractured By Flying Pipe Coating Nozzle
13 119948115 11/22/2000 0950633   3479 Employee Injured When Burned By Hot Tar
14 201156551 05/10/2002 0950633   3272 Employee'S Thumb Amputated When Caught In Tunnion Roller
15 202449419 06/09/2008 0950633   3272 Employee Amputates Finger Pinched Between Pipe And End Cap
16 170625545 06/24/1999 0950625   4783 Employee'S Hand Injured In Rollers Of Coating Machine
17 014559447 04/18/1985 0855610 X 3479 Employee Suffocated By Pipe Rolling Machine
18 014456842 03/22/1985 0854910   7532 Employee Burned By Fire And Explosion In Fuel Tank
19 200532539 08/15/2008 0751910   2672 Employee Amputates Fingers In Extruder
20 200002095 11/07/2005 0728500 X 3442 Employee Killed By Heart Attack After Chemical Exposure

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