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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 200082030 08/05/2004 0112000   1799 Employee Is Injured While Operating Cement Mixer
62 201042082 01/13/2005 0953220   1771 Employee'S Arm Is Amputated In Concrete Truck Mixer
63 202440970 03/10/2005 0950633   3281 Employee'S Fingers Are Injured In Concrete Mixer
64 202345039 04/14/2005 0420600 X 1741 Employee Is Killed In Stucco Mixer
65 200202604 07/12/2005 0418200   3272 Employee Is Injured When Pinned By Machinery
66 200753382 08/01/2005 0522500 X 3273 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Concrete Mixer Drum
67 202345500 08/30/2005 0420600 X 3499 Employee Is Killed In Rotary Concrete Mixer
68 200354876 09/22/2005 0453710 X 3273 Employee Is Struck, Run Over And Killed By Truck
69 200823193 10/31/2005 0521400   1741 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Clutch-Mechanism Handle
70 201954542 02/10/2006 0522000   1741 Employee Faints From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide Fumes
71 201636180 08/29/2006 1054112   3273 Employee Is Injured By Concrete Mixer
72 200643583 08/29/2006 0627700 X 5032 Employee Dies From Aneurism In Apparent Head Injury
73 201168143 10/20/2006 0950641   1771 Employee'S Ribs Fractured When Struck By Flying Hose
74 170363485 12/27/2006 0950621   1742 Employee Amputates Three Fingers In Mixer
75 202448155 12/14/2007 0950633   1761 Employee'S Thumb Amputated When Caught In Cement Mixer
76 202539102 12/14/2007 0950641   1771 Employee'S Left Hand Nearly Severed In Concrete Hopper
77 201493970 03/02/2010 0950625   1741 Employee Catches Hand In Mixer, Fingers Are Amputated
78 201781333 07/21/2010 0935000 X 1623 Employee Is Killed After Falling Into Mortar Mixer
79 200123206 11/17/2010 0523400   1741 Employee Fractures Hand When Caught Between Bucket And Truck
80 202521191 03/30/2011 0950624   1771 Employee Is Struck And Injured By Hose

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