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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 201922747 11/29/2002 0626700 X 7389 Employee Struck And Killed By Pipe During Disconnection
42 201794286 01/26/2001 0950644   5143 Employee'S Finger Amputated In Machine
43 201054517 11/29/2000 0950642 X 8999 Employee Killed After Fall From Elevating Work Platform
44 201361375 11/20/2000 0419400   1541 Employees Exposed To Toxic Vapors
45 201091410 03/14/1998 0950645   761 Employee Suffers Laceration Of Right Foot And Broken Bones
46 000688960 01/30/1996 0522300 X 3462 Burn - Electrical Fault In Disconnect
47 014302905 07/13/1995 0155010 X 4953 Employee Dies When Head Crushed By Lift Arm
48 170631956 10/22/1993 0950642 X 2269 Employee Fatally Crushed By Falling Machine
49 170725329 07/06/1992 0950622   5159 Employee'S Fingers Injured When Pulled Into Canning Machine
50 170181242 03/14/1992 0950634   3089 Employee'S Hand Amputated In Plastic Grinder
51 170703227 03/06/1992 0950626   2024 Employee'S Right Middle Fingertip Amputated
52 170181184 01/31/1992 0950634   3363 Employee Burned When Molten Aluminum Spills On His Back
53 170246680 05/28/1990 1055320   2075 Two Employees Burned In Propane Tank Fire
54 000633578 07/01/1987 0215800   1731 Burn - Electric Arc From Disconnecting An Energized Tap
55 014196273 12/01/1984 0352420   2013 Electrical Burns - Arcing From Energized Conductors
56 014371488 09/14/1984 0522000 X 3585 Crushed In Conveyor

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