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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 014526941 04/27/1985 0418800 X 4499 Scuba Diver Lost Air Tank; Later Died From Injuries
122 014525505 01/19/1987 0418800 X 3321 Employee Crushed Under Descending Hydraulic Frame
123 014526404 08/30/1985 0418800 X 782 Head Caught In Pinch Point Of Front End Loader
124 000921130 02/17/1994 0418800 X 7538 Employee Killed When Car Falls Off Supports And Onto Him
125 200674125 02/25/2003 0418800   7359 Employee'S Fingers Crushed And Amputated By Mast
126 122815.01 12/21/2019 0419400 X Employee Is Pinned Between Cylinders And Is Crushed
127 014528426 07/19/1988 0419400 X 4911 Fall - Mechanical Failure Of Aerial Lift
128 98251.015 08/15/2017 0419400   Employee Is Performing Maintenance On Cylinder And Has Finge
129 000594127 09/19/1989 0419400 X 3524 Employee Killed In Explosion
130 104747.01 04/17/2018 0419400 X Employee Loosens A Cylinder And Is Struck By A Forklift'S Fo
131 128591.01 08/11/2020 0419400 X Employee Is Killed When Struck In The Face By Propane Cylind
132 128028.01 08/09/2020 0419400 X Employee Dies From Injuries Suffered During Vehicle Repair
133 106333.01 06/06/2018 0419700 X Employee Is Killed By Exploding Gas Cylinder
134 201352556 07/27/2004 0419700 X 5941 Employee Is Killed While Filling Scba Cylinder
135 014337208 02/22/1988 0419700 X 783,7359 Fall - Aerial Lift Boom Failure
136 014353502 11/22/1991 0419700 X 2819 One Employee Killed And One Injured In Exothermic Explosion
137 014354039 06/21/1991 0419700 X 1711 Employee Dies After Being Burned While Welding
138 201351673 03/27/2002 0419700 X 2411 Employee Killed When Crushed By Front End Loader
139 014346431 11/20/1985 0420600 X 1611 Head Crushed Under Falling Piece Of Hydraulic Equipment
140 014345789 02/08/1991 0420600 X 1731 Employee Killed In Boom Collapse

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