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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 143364.01 01/18/2022 0729300   Employee Amputates Finger In Press
2 142844.01 01/07/2022 0523400   Employee Breaks Leg And Thumb When Struck By Pressurized Hos
3 147101.01 12/24/2021 0950621   Worker Cleaning Equipment Is Injured By High Pressure Air
4 145225.01 12/24/2021 0627510   Employees Cleaning Fuel Tanks Are Injured In Explosion
5 142865.01 12/22/2021 0950614   Employee Fractures Ribs In Fall From Elevation
6 143271.01 12/19/2021 0950624   Employee Is Burned In Propane Explosion And Fire
7 141646.01 12/03/2021 0419700 X Employee Is Killed After Drowning Retrieving Golf Balls
8 139281.01 09/18/2021 0627510 X Employee Is Struck By Fast Moving Brush And Is Killed
9 139140.01 09/14/2021 0950621 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Pressurized Hatch
10 134698.01 04/11/2021 0522500 X Employee Is Struck By Concrete, Falls From Truck, Later Dies
11 133622.01 02/05/2021 0950631 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between A-Frame And Several
12 133080.01 02/04/2021 0522300 X Employee Is Killed When Asphyxiated While Wearing Supplied A
13 132978.01 02/01/2021 1054193 X Employee Is Killed While Cleaning Out Wine Lees After Enteri
14 132558.01 01/20/2021 0213900 X Employee Is Killed When Split-Rim Aircraft Tire Explodes
15 132336.01 01/12/2021 0626600 X Employee Is Killed After Being Pulled Into Air Compressor
16 132239.01 12/24/2020 0454510 X Employee Dies Due To Carbon Monoxide Asphyxiation
17 131899.01 12/15/2020 0419400 X Employee Is Killed By Compressed Air
18 131669.01 12/11/2020 0627500 X Employee Is Killed By Pressure Release From Improperly Locke
19 130766.01 10/27/2020 0418200 X Employee Dies After Arm Is Pulled Into Pipe During Dive
20 129588.01 09/17/2020 0950621 X Employee Is Killed After Being Struck By Flying Pipe

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