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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 114268.01 07/28/2018 0950633   Employee Is Hospitalized Four Times For Valley Fever And Pne
22 107288.01 07/09/2018 0751910   Employee Is Struck By Truck And Injured
23 105638.01 05/09/2018 0418300   Employee Is Caught In Combustible Dust Fire And Suffers Mult
24 106490.01 05/08/2018 0950625   Employee Inhales Pesticide Dust And Suffers A Collapsed Lung
25 109957.01 05/01/2018 0950647   Employee Is Exposed To Contaminated Spore Dust
26 106547.01 04/23/2018 0454712   Employee Amputates Fingers In Dust Collector
27 102277.01 01/10/2018 0728900   Employee'S Fingers And Thumb Are Amputated While Emptying Du
28 106046.01 12/29/2017 0950625   Employee Is Injured While Operating Atv
29 101531.01 12/08/2017 0155010   Employee Is Hospitalized After Aluminum Dust Collector Explo
30 101023.01 11/17/2017 0419400   Employees Are Burned By Fire Ball From Coal Pulverizer
31 101033.01 11/17/2017 0419400   Employee Is Caught By A Combustible Dust Fire And Suffers Se
32 101235.01 11/13/2017 0950624   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated While Changing Dust Collec
33 102287.01 11/01/2017 0950624   Employee Digging Trench Contracts Valley Fever
34 102897.01 10/17/2017 0552652   Employee Slips While Cleaning A Dust Collector And Amputates
35 101727.01 10/12/2017 0111100   Employee Is Burned When A Spark Ignites Fertilizer Dust In A
36 100063.01 10/03/2017 0316700   Employee Sustains Fingertip Amputations When Struck Against
37 99726.015 10/02/2017 0728500   Employee'S Fingertips Are Amputated In Dust Cyclone
38 100425.01 10/02/2017 0636900   Employee Sustains Burns To Legs When Fire Flares Up
39 100194.01 09/19/2017 0950647   Employee Is Exposed To Dirt And Dust, Contracting Valley Fev
40 100569.01 09/05/2017 0950647   Meter Reader Becomes Ill Suffers From Possible Valley Fever

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