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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 135396.01 03/23/2021 1054113 X Employee Is Killed In Dust Explosion
2 127928.01 07/20/2020 0355112   Employee Amputates Finger While Unclogging Rotary Airlock Fe
3 117229.01 06/08/2019 0418100   Employee Amputates Three Fingers Using Hand To Clear Machine
4 117152.01 06/04/2019 0418400   Employee Amputates Finger While Using Saw
5 115293.01 04/05/2019 0454712   Employee'S Lower Left Leg Is Amputated In Tobacco Leaf Feede
6 113324.01 12/13/2018 0950624   Employee Amputates Two Fingers While Cleaning Dust Collector
7 111806.01 12/04/2018 0522300   Employee Sustains Severe Laceration When Struck By Rotating
8 110209.01 10/13/2018 0352420   Employee Survives Combustible Dust Explosion
9 108873.01 08/27/2018 0625400   Employee Amputates Fingertips On Blade
10 106547.01 04/23/2018 0454712   Employee Amputates Fingers In Dust Collector
11 102277.01 01/10/2018 0728900   Employee'S Fingers And Thumb Are Amputated While Emptying Du
12 101531.01 12/08/2017 0155010   Employee Is Hospitalized After Aluminum Dust Collector Explo
13 101235.01 11/13/2017 0950624   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated While Changing Dust Collec
14 102897.01 10/17/2017 0552652   Employee Slips While Cleaning A Dust Collector And Amputates
15 100063.01 10/03/2017 0316700   Employee Sustains Fingertip Amputations When Struck Against
16 99726.015 10/02/2017 0728500   Employee'S Fingertips Are Amputated In Dust Cyclone
17 97583.015 07/24/2017 0316700   Worker Is Struck By Falling Equipment, Incurs Leg Fracture
18 97232.015 06/23/2017 0950635   Employee Is Caught By Explosion And Suffers Burns To Face An
19 94254.015 03/24/2017 0355110   Employee Amputates Finger When Clearing Dust Collector
20 79945.015 09/23/2015 0418100   Employee Is Burned When A Dust Collector Explodes

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