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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 202089108 10/24/2009 0524700   7538 Employee Is Struck And Seriously Injured By Ejected Tire
62 202483970 08/21/2009 0420600 X 4499 Worker Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
63 200358174 08/20/2009 0453710   5084 Compressed Gas Cylinder Ruptures, Amputates Worker'S Legs
64 202489431 07/22/2009 0950621   9511 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Tools And Debris
65 200212512 03/24/2009 0626000 X 7363 Employee Dies After Being Struck By High Pressure Pipe
66 201044112 03/17/2009 0953220   1542 Employee'S Arm Is Injured By Pressured Spray Gun
67 201492303 01/19/2009 0950625   1389 Employee'S Back Is Fractured When Struck By Flying Object
68 201391877 11/24/2008 0552652 X 3554 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Press Roll End Cap
69 200357465 11/23/2008 0453710   5812 Employee Is Burned By Hot Cooking Oil
70 202467049 09/25/2008 0950643   7363 Employee Burns Foot While Steam Cleaning
71 200823953 08/01/2008 0521400   2043 Employee Dies Of Natural Causes
72 200644110 05/28/2008 0627700 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Hose
73 200812626 05/19/2008 0627400 X 1381 Employee Is Struck By Liquid Under Pressure, Later Dies
74 200332054 05/15/2008 0830300 X 1381 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Clamp
75 202449237 05/08/2008 0950633   5093 Employee'S Leg And Arm Are Amputated In Explosion
76 201637642 04/01/2008 1054112   1623 Employee Is Knocked Over When Struck By Flying Object
77 202474953 02/22/2008 0950636   2013 Two Employees Are Burned When Splashed By Hot Water
78 201510567 01/28/2008 0950651   1622 Employee'S Leg Injured By Flying Shotcrete Hose
79 201272697 01/22/2008 0418300 X 1541 Employee Struck By Water Line
80 201363140 12/29/2007 0419400 X 1623 Employee Killed When High Pressure Hose Fitting Fails

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