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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 170200232 03/13/1992 0950621   2421 Employee'S Spleen Removed After Fall Into Floor Opening
82 170870968 07/24/2002 0950621   4911 Employee'S Fingertip Amputed By Heavy Grating
83 170869689 02/18/2000 0950621   2421 Employee Injured In Same-Level Fall On Sawmill Catwalk
84 170200117 08/24/1990 0950622   2812 Employee'S Knee Ligaments Torn In Fall Through Open Grate
85 170696876 02/09/1998 0950622   2421 Employee Injured In Fall Through Opening In Floor Grating
86 170628374 07/07/1994 0950622   181 Employee Foot Amputated When Caught In Mixer
87 170621650 12/20/2000 0950622   1799 Employee Breaks Ankle When Struck By Bucket Of Bobcat
88 201488772 04/01/2006 0950622   3316 Employee Burns Leg In Hot Water After Stepping In Hole
89 201486149 02/11/2004 0950622   3444 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Floor Hole
90 170360036 05/12/1994 0950623   5399 Employee Injured In Fall Into Lube Pit
91 170697049 02/06/1992 0950623   723 Employee'S Foot Amputated In Screw Conveyor
92 000956862 09/21/1992 0950624   1711 Employee Breaks Hip/Wrist In Fall From Grating
93 201103298 09/25/2002 0950624 X 2084 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation After Falling Into Wine Tank
94 201080942 01/19/1998 0950625   2022 Employee Fingers Are Amputated By Poorly Guarded Machine
95 170617252 10/26/1995 0950625   2015 Employee On Cone Line Trips And Stabs Himself
96 170872477 10/01/1999 0950625   723 Employee'S Toes Amputated In Auger/Trash System
97 170629588 09/28/2000 0950625   5421 Employee'S Fingertip Amputated After Grate Falls On It
98 201493970 03/02/2010 0950625   1741 Employee Catches Hand In Mixer, Fingers Are Amputated
99 201081114 05/19/1998 0950625   8731 Employee Injured In Fall Into Pit
100 170199566 02/13/1992 0950626   2819 Employee'S Foot Burned By Hot Corrosive Liquid In Sump

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