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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 200053486 06/19/2009 0728900 X 5153 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Pit
142 201074341 05/14/2009 0950632   4221 Employee Slips Into Auger And Cuts His Right Foot
143 200532950 05/14/2009 0751910   5153 Employee Amputates Foot In Grain Auger
144 200925659 05/12/2009 0355112 X 111 Employee Is Killed When Engulfed And Asphyxiated By Wheat
145 200514834 04/19/2009 0552700 X 5191 Employee Is Injured When Caught In Pto Shaft
146 200340842 04/15/2009 0523900 X 2048 Employee Caught In Tractor Power Take Off Shaft Is Killed
147 200812824 03/30/2009 0627400 X 211 Employee Is Killed When Engulfed In Grain
148 200532919 03/19/2009 0751910 X 5153 Employee Is Killed When Trapped In Grain Elevator
149 200053429 03/05/2009 0728900   2869 Two Employees Are Injured In Small Explosion
150 200053387 01/07/2009 0728900 X 5153 Employee Falls In Grain Elevator
151 202560637 12/29/2008 0950411   2048 Grain Dust Explosion Burns And Injures Three Workers
152 200758753 12/01/2008 0522500 X 2048 Employee Falls From Fixed Ladder, Hits Head, Later Dies
153 201344926 11/21/2008 0729700 X 5153 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Grain Elevator
154 200212454 10/01/2008 0626000 X 5153 Employee Is Asphyxiated In Grain Tank, Is Killed
155 200532687 09/22/2008 0751910 X 5153 Employee Found Unresponsive In Grain Elevator Dies
156 200532521 09/05/2008 0751910 X 1542 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Homemade Personnel Cha
157 201857422 08/19/2008 0452110 X 2048 Employee Is Found Dead In Feed Bin
158 200532810 07/21/2008 0751910 X 7349 Employee Is Suffocated, Another Fractures Collar Bone
159 201573490 07/19/2008 0830500 X 211 Employee Is Caught In Grain Auger And Is Killed
160 202088621 06/19/2008 0524700   1796 Employee Is Injured In Grain Elevator Collapse

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