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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 97510.015 07/03/2017 0551701   Employee Is Lifting Air Cylinder And Injures Back From Impro
222 113632.01 01/15/2019 0551701   Employee'S Left Hand Is Crushed In Snow Plow Lift
223 96649.015 06/17/2017 0551701   Employee Is Exposed To Chlorine When Cylinders Leak
224 000904722 01/21/1991 0551800   2013 Employee Injures Arm And Fingers In Meat Former Machine
225 000976860 11/21/1988 0551800   3369 Employee'S Arm Amputated After Being Crushed By Die
226 170107528 11/06/1991 0551800   3564 Employee'S Finger Amputated In Power Press
227 170385835 03/19/2001 0551800 X 7699 Employee Killed When Struck By Tow Bar
228 000976027 04/30/1988 0551800 X 3498 Employee Killed When Forklift Load Fell On Him
229 014464366 07/26/1985 0551800   3069 Thirteen Injured When Chlorine Gas Leaks From Old Cylinder
230 200992923 09/22/2007 0551800 X 3714 Employee Dies In Die Cast Machine
231 170106355 11/09/1990 0551800 X 782 Employee Killed In Hydraulic Uni-Loader
232 000997130 05/09/1986 0551800 X 2086 Ammonia Cylinder Ruptured; 4 Employees Exposed To Ammonia
233 170384127 11/15/1993 0551800   5172 Two Employees Severely Burned In Fire And Explosion
234 000976753 09/27/1988 0551800 X 9999 Employee Killed In Falling Aerial Lift Bucket
235 000671669 02/19/1986 0551800 X 1796 Employee Killed When Pinned Between Wrench And Mill Housing
236 000914242 05/03/1989 0552624   2631 Employee Inhales Chlorine Gas
237 201401254 10/07/1997 0552651   1799 Three Employee Burned In Propane Explosion
238 170228985 11/13/1990 0552652 X 3316 Employee Dies Of Burns From Molten Metal Fire
239 201392404 07/05/2011 0552652 X 7999 Employee Is Killed By Fall After Contact With Power Line
240 201390903 05/11/2004 0552652 X 4212 Employee Is Killed After Being Struck By Hose

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