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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 200340396 07/23/2002 0523900   3469 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated While Using Setter
202 115423.01 04/05/2019 0523900   Employee Partially Amputates Finger In Printing Press
203 201260684 02/14/2000 0524200 X 4212 Employee Killed When Crushed By Hoist Cylinder Arm
204 201260759 07/25/2000 0524200 X 1799 Employee Killed When Crushed By Dump Truck Bed
205 000848838 01/10/1996 0524200 X 1623 One Employee Killed, One Injured By Falling Backhoe Bucket
206 014379150 03/21/1986 0524500   1795 Acetylene Tank Leaked At Valve; Exploded
207 200271526 08/25/2005 0524500   5984 Three Employees Are Burned In Fire And Explosion
208 200272110 06/01/2010 0524500 X 5261 Employee Crushed In Plow Accident Later Dies
209 99117.015 09/07/2017 0524500   Worker Rigging Cylinder Incurs Thumb Amputation
210 014383616 02/02/1995 0524530 X 3316 Employees Crushed To Death By Collapsing Lift
211 99578.015 10/02/2017 0524530   Employee Sustains Burns In Acetylene Cylinder Fire
212 014383467 02/17/1994 0524530   4212 Employee Crushed And Killed By Falling Dumpster
213 102344.01 01/09/2018 0524530   Employee Amputates Finger When Caught Between Cylinder And R
214 202086690 04/07/2004 0524700   4226 Employee Falls From Boom And Is Injured
215 000695213 03/03/1994 0524700   8734 Employee Hospitalized After Exposure To Leaking Chlorine
216 202085841 07/09/2001 0524700 X 279 Employee Killed By Truck Bed Hoist
217 202087706 09/19/2006 0524700   3841 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Punch Press
218 202088365 05/27/2007 0524700   3469 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Press Air Cylinder
219 014388359 10/09/1989 0524700 X 1629 Employee Crushed Between Truck Bed And Frame
220 202087219 02/03/2005 0524700   3562 Two Employees Are Injured By A Falling Hopper

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