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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 200083533 10/20/2008 0112000   2752 Employee'S Hand Is Injured In Printing Press
42 202487294 08/06/2008 0950621   1629 Employee Fractures Hip When Excavator Strikes
43 201073335 07/24/2008 0950632   7363 Employee'S Lower Arm Is Lacerated With Power Miter Box
44 201955523 05/02/2008 0522000   1731 Employee Is Exposed To Electrical Flush Burn
45 170814065 04/05/2008 0950664   2911 Employee Is Burned In Steam Eruption
46 201637485 01/08/2008 1054112 X 5093 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Boom
47 200758639 01/04/2008 0522500 X 3313 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Crane Cab Platform
48 202499455 12/19/2007 0352410   1541 Two Employees Suffer Leg Injuries In Same-Level Fall
49 202465746 10/08/2007 0950643   3363 Employee Amputates Fingertip In Punch Press
50 200902013 06/18/2007 0418400 X 7699 Employee Cuts Buttocks While Using High-Pressure Water Hose
51 200452241 06/01/2007 0418600 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Boom And Outrigger
52 200758431 04/27/2007 0522500 X 4212 Recycling Worker, Pinned Between Truck And Bin, Is Killed
53 200052934 02/28/2007 0728900 X 5083 Employee Is Killed As Skid Steer Loader Arms Drop Into Place
54 200801785 02/06/2007 0523300   2499 Two Employees Are Injured In Explosion
55 201168481 12/04/2006 0950641   1771 Employee Is Injured When Caught Between Lift And Ceiling
56 201407780 12/04/2006 0552651 X 1795 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Backhoe Boom
57 201038759 11/13/2006 0950635   7822 Employee'S Fingers Caught Between Objecta And Is Crushed
58 202220547 07/17/2006 0111100 X 2673 Employee Is Killed By Electrocution
59 200801470 10/25/2005 0523300   1623 Employee'S Leg Is Amputated When Caught By Excavator
60 200355279 09/11/2005 0453710 X 2819 Employee Dies From Severe Chemical Burn

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