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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201108297 08/21/2006 0950624   7361 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured When Struck By Cylinder
182 200923399 08/09/2006 0355114 X 782 Employee Is Killed While Troubleshooting Equipment Failure
183 310055306 08/02/2006 0950614 X 7349 Employee Is Killed When Dump Truck Bed Drops
184 200380665 07/20/2006 0336000 X 5093 Two Employees Die, One Injured When Dump Truck Bed Drops
185 200712768 03/10/2006 0636900 X 3312 Employee Is Killed By Molten Steel
186 202462958 01/03/2006 0950643   1711 Employee Is Burned While Soldering Pipe
187 200513893 12/30/2005 0552700 X 1799 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Descending Elevator Car
188 201148764 11/30/2005 0950631   5169 Employee Is Injured When Pinned Between Cylinders
189 201167582 11/10/2005 0950641   5999 Employee Is Injured When Helium Tank Explodes
190 202357786 11/04/2005 0352450   5812 Two Employees Are Burned When Butane Cylinder Explodes
191 201086568 10/19/2005 0950625 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Forklift Mast
192 201561438 10/13/2005 0854910 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Garbage Truck
193 200271526 08/25/2005 0524500   5984 Three Employees Are Burned In Fire And Explosion
194 200611903 06/20/2005 0111700 X 4213 Employee Is Killed By Shifted Load On Trailer
195 202364873 06/01/2005 1055340 X 4212 Employee Is Crushed And Pinned By A High Lift Bucket
196 202440939 05/05/2005 0950633   7699 Employee Is Paralyzed By Scissor Lift
197 202004602 03/31/2005 0317000 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Crushed In Skid Steer Loader
198 202087219 02/03/2005 0524700   3562 Two Employees Are Injured By A Falling Hopper
199 200921815 01/31/2005 0355123 X 5149 Employee Is Asphixiated By Carbon Monoxide
200 201572815 01/30/2005 0830500 X 4724 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Fire Supression Cylinder

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