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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201070612 01/10/2007 0950632   8221 Worker Amputates Finger Caught On Heavy Metal Grating
102 202449898 08/04/2008 0950633   7312 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Storefront Awning
103 170607212 07/15/1993 0950633   3082 Employee Injured In Fall Through Grate Opening
104 201159134 02/11/2004 0950633   4225 Employee'S Skull Is Fractured In Fall From Storage Rack
105 170605752 05/23/1994 0950633   2493 Employee'S Left Index Finger Amputated
106 170184071 10/02/1991 0950641   2053 Employee'S Fingertip Cut By Floor Grate
107 170735336 01/15/1995 0950641   2911 Employee Burned By Hot Water In Uncovered Drain
108 170735195 04/26/1995 0950641   1791 Two Employees Injured By Falling Steel Beam And Grates
109 201051448 06/23/1998 0950642   2631 Employee Injured In Fall From Catwalk
110 201052248 05/03/1999 0950642   2631 Burns Leg After Slipping Into A Drain Containing Hot Water
111 170153381 03/20/1992 0950642   2041 Employee'S Leg Injured When Pulled Into Screw Conveyor
112 170733505 07/23/1994 0950644   2082 Employee Falls From Unguarded Section Of Grating
113 170729727 02/14/1993 0950644   2082 Employee Slips On Stairway And Injures Ankle
114 170855175 04/13/2008 0950652   1481 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Platform
115 202530416 03/06/2011 0950664   2911 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured When Struck By Metal Grate
116 104106.01 02/06/2018 0950672   Employee Falls From Reactor And Fractures Jaw And Face
117 000743211 04/16/1990 0951510   1791 Employee Injured In 18 1/2 Ft Fall From Beam
118 102429.01 01/18/2018 1032500   Employee Is Injured While Working With An Auger
119 014548275 01/19/1987 1050210   2092 Employee'S Leg Entangled In Auger
120 201701943 10/17/2005 1054115   2037 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured While Stepping Into Hole

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