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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 201079126 01/06/2013 0950632   4212 Employee Suffers Fractures When Struck By Trash Receptacle
22 202523114 11/06/2012 0950624   2022 Machine Operator Amputates Finger In Pinch Point
23 202626305 07/04/2010 0950633   1474 Mineral Technician Receives Severe Burns From Slurry
24 202541603 04/01/2010 0950641   8221 Employee Sustains Burns From Live Circuit.
25 200690998 03/27/2010 0112600 X 2493 Employee Is Killed While Troubleshooting Motor
26 201955929 11/19/2009 0522000 X 3281 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Granite Slab
27 313666265 08/18/2009 0316100 X 1731 Employee Is Killed When Exposed To Electric Shock
28 200625440 07/10/2009 0454716   5812 Employee Receives Electric Shock When Plugging In Cooler
29 202560520 10/13/2008 0950411   1731 Employee Burns When Exposed To Arc Flash
30 201955283 10/10/2007 0522000   3365 Employee Is Shocked While Changing Fuse
31 200812394 07/14/2007 0627400 X 1311 Employee Is Killed When Safety Harness Strikes
32 202088241 07/09/2007 0524700 X 1541 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Counterweight
33 201862935 06/19/2007 0830100 X 4911 Employee Dies After Being Shocked
34 200151231 06/01/2007 0214700 X 1794 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Crane Boom
35 201859253 04/23/2007 0452110 X 1623 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Crane Boom
36 201992773 03/03/2007 0950411 X 3271 Employee Dies After Being Crushed By Rotating Equipment
37 200690733 06/02/2005 0112600 X 1799 Elevator Installer Is Crushed And Killed
38 201085941 12/15/2004 0950625   7363 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Food Cutting Machine
39 201522265 08/23/2004 0111500   3357 Two Employees Burned While Disconnecting Adhesive Hose
40 200773612 07/16/2004 0134000   1711 Employee Was Burned While Removing A Pipe From Compressor

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