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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 202087219 02/03/2005 0524700   3562 Two Employees Are Injured By A Falling Hopper
202 200921815 01/31/2005 0355123 X 5149 Employee Is Asphixiated By Carbon Monoxide
203 201572815 01/30/2005 0830500 X 4724 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Fire Supression Cylinder
204 201799483 01/26/2005 0950644   2731 Employee Fractures Arm When Caught In Machine
205 201634862 12/02/2004 1054112   3845 Employee Is Injured In Explosion
206 200553642 11/26/2004 0625700 X 2421 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Hydraulic Cylinder
207 201176724 11/16/2004 0950621   7353 Employee Fractures Hand When Cylinder Falls
208 200801223 10/10/2004 0523300 X 3471 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Finish Grinder
209 201634789 10/06/2004 1054112   3365 Worker Injured When Struck By Machine Part
210 201118361 08/04/2004 0950643   3812 Employee Suffers Amputation When Cylinder Falls Off Cart
211 201352556 07/27/2004 0419700 X 5941 Employee Is Killed While Filling Scba Cylinder
212 200528875 07/12/2004 0751910   7699 Employee'S Finger Is Crushed By Falling Cylinder Head
213 201281771 06/26/2004 0418100 X 2951 Employee Is Killed By Skid Steer Loader
214 170868152 06/16/2004 0950621   5093 Acetylene Cylinder Explosion Injures Employee
215 201486362 05/12/2004 0950622   1611 Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Hydraulic Ram
216 201390903 05/11/2004 0552652 X 4212 Employee Is Killed After Being Struck By Hose
217 201797941 04/26/2004 0950644 X 7992 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Hydraulic Truck Bed
218 202086690 04/07/2004 0524700   4226 Employee Falls From Boom And Is Injured
219 201104825 03/18/2004 0950624   8062 Employee Injured When Oxygen Cylinder Propelled Into Face
220 202013991 03/10/2004 0216000 X 5311 Employee Killed In Baler Machine

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