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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202368668 12/21/2010 1055310 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Pinned Under Forklift
2 201611548 11/01/1999 1054118   1522,1741,7629 Employee Injured When Struck By Concrete Blocks
3 201203205 05/17/2006 1054114   3271 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured When Caught In Conveyor
4 201610078 08/30/1997 1054113   3272 Employee'S Fingers Crushed In Grinder
5 201041167 09/03/2002 0953220   1741 Three Employees Are Injured When Scaffold Collpses
6 202250718 12/05/2000 0953210   1741 Employee Fell To The Ground
7 201096781 09/24/2003 0950645   4212 Employee Injures Foot When Struck By Concrete Block
8 201094562 01/15/2001 0950645 X 1795 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Wall
9 170882138 05/20/1994 0950642   3446 Employee'S Finger Amputated By Falling Chain
10 201168697 12/13/2006 0950641   3271 Employee Injures Hand While Operating Concrete Block Machine
11 201153699 06/21/2000 0950633   1741 Employee Injured In Fall From Scaffold
12 201159555 04/09/2004 0950633   3271 Employee Amputates Finger In Concrete Block Machine
13 202446662 04/19/2007 0950633   3271 Worker Amputates Fingers When Machine Starts Up
14 170591143 03/13/1995 0950633   7361 Employee'S Finger Caught In Block Splitter
15 202442786 11/23/2005 0950633   3271 Employee Fractures Ankle When Trapped By Chain Conveyor
16 201156817 03/12/2002 0950633   181 Employee'S Leg Caught Between Concrete Blocks
17 000957589 11/18/1993 0950633   5153 Employee Injured In Fall To Floor From Work Elevation
18 201156957 09/25/2002 0950633   3271 Employee'S Legs Are Crushed By Concrete Block Finger Car
19 202673497 11/20/2012 0950633   4931 Workers Finger Got Caught Between Two Concrete Blocks
20 201073723 04/02/2009 0950632   8221 Employee Is Struck By Falling Block, Fractures Pelvis, Knee

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