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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 147107.01 01/31/2022 0336000   Three Employees Receive Multiple Burns In Propane Explosion
2 143825.01 01/31/2022 0950612   Employee Burns Hands Due To Leak While Filling Propane Cylin
3 145518.01 01/27/2022 0950631   Employee Amputates Finger In Saw Blade
4 142159.01 12/13/2021 0552652   Employee Amputates Finger When Cylinder Shifts
5 144659.01 12/06/2021 0155010   Employee Incurs Burns After Contact With Energized Part
6 141633.01 12/02/2021 0830100 X Employee Is Killed, Crushed By Crane Which Lost Pressure
7 140201.01 10/20/2021 0524700 X Employee Degloves Hand When Caught In Machine Rollers, Later
8 138492.01 07/19/2021 0951510 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Knuckle Boom
9 128591.01 08/11/2020 0419400 X Employee Is Killed When Struck In The Face By Propane Cylind
10 128028.01 08/09/2020 0419400 X Employee Dies From Injuries Suffered During Vehicle Repair
11 127576.01 07/08/2020 0521700 X One Employee Is Killed And Other Incurs Hearing Loss When Co
12 127179.01 06/17/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Transfer Table
13 125681.01 04/27/2020 0316400 X One Worker Is Killed, Another Suffers Amputation, When Sling
14 125251.01 04/02/2020 1032500 X Employee Is Pinned By Pressurized Cylinder, Later Dies
15 123670.01 01/30/2020 0316400 X Employee Dies When Object Is Ejected From Cnc Lathe And Stri
16 122815.01 12/21/2019 0419400 X Employee Is Pinned Between Cylinders And Is Crushed
17 122475.01 12/05/2019 0317300 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Dump Truck Bed
18 120517.01 10/08/2019 0213100 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Falling Platform
19 120464.01 10/03/2019 0625700 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Gate Arm Wheel Of Pile Dri
20 119078.01 08/16/2019 1032500   Employee Is Burned While Blowing Down Acetylene Cylinder

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