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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 202462958 01/03/2006 0950643   1711 Employee Is Burned While Soldering Pipe
62 170698500 11/23/1992 0950643   2752 Employee'S Hand Caught In Press Cylinders
63 202471561 02/16/2012 0950643   7353 Falling Cylinder Crushes Employee'S Right Hand
64 201118361 08/04/2004 0950643   3812 Employee Suffers Amputation When Cylinder Falls Off Cart
65 201113156 01/18/2001 0950643   3491 Employee Injured When Oxygen Hose Lines Explode
66 202470522 05/20/2011 0950643   3534 Employee Catches Fingertip In Cylinder Cap And Is Amputated
67 170180699 09/29/1991 0950642   4941 Employee Hospitalized After Exposure To Chlorine
68 170153407 01/03/1992 0950642   7336 Employee Injured When Exposed To Ammonia Leak
69 201052669 05/21/1999 0950642   2392 Employee Injured When Foot Caught Between Rotating Cylinders
70 170630040 06/14/1995 0950642   2671 Employee'S Fingertip Amputated When Caught Between Cylinders
71 201052149 03/08/1999 0950642   3339 Employee Suffers Amputation Of Finger
72 170706733 07/12/1993 0950642   2752 Employee'S Fingertip Amputated In Printing Machine
73 201053287 12/21/1999 0950642   5093 Employee Burned By Hot Plastic
74 170882872 03/18/1995 0950642   7389 Employee'S Arm Lacerated After Being Caught In Machine Gears
75 201054830 11/17/2000 0950642   2813 Employee Is Burned In Explosion
76 202455481 05/16/2009 0950642   3398 Employee Injures Finger When Cart Jumps Off Track
77 202455838 11/02/2009 0950642   3221 Employee Amputates Fingertip While Repairing Forming Machine
78 170180160 11/08/1991 0950642   2621 Employee'S Finger Severed By Falling Plate
79 170631451 05/14/1994 0950642   1541 Employee'S Finger Tip Amputated In Printing Press
80 170180087 10/24/1990 0950642   5113 Employee'S Hand Crushed Between Rollers Of Printing Press

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