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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014273148 12/30/1988 0111100 X 2679 Employee Killed By Tumor Linked To Plant Asbestos
2 202220752 03/22/2010 0111100 X 2435 Employee Is Struck By Machine Carriage And Is Killed
3 200462224 09/12/2007 0111400 X 1711 Employee Injured In Same-Level Fall Over Ladder, Later Dies
4 200610178 12/16/1997 0111700 X 3441 Two Employees Killed When Crushed Between Steel Beams
5 200610749 09/20/2000 0111700   1791 Employee Injured In Fall From Steel Beam
6 200690295 02/25/1999 0112600 X 3321 Three Employees Killed, Eight Injured In Explosion
7 102840.01 11/21/2017 0150900   Employee Is Struck By Trailer And His Abdomen Is Lacerated
8 201330685 11/19/2003 0213600   4953 Employee'S Leg Amputated In Belt Conveyor
9 200020782 05/06/1998 0214200   1522 Employee Becomes Ill After Exposure To E. Coli Bacteria
10 105360.01 12/01/2017 0214500   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Second And Third Deg
11 100042.01 10/17/2017 0215000   Employee Sustains Burn To Hand While Cleaning A Spring Roll
12 98784.015 07/05/2017 0215000   Employee Falls Through Floor Hole, Incurs Fracture
13 380462507 07/24/1988 0253630 X 8062 Housekeeper Dies Of Apparent Heart Attack
14 360258966 07/28/2004 0253650 X 8063 Housekeeper Is Shot And Killed By Coworker
15 116982.01 06/10/2019 0257230 X Employee Is Killed In Fall After Ground Collapses
16 95380.015 04/17/2017 0316100   Employee Falls From Dock And Sustains A Concussion
17 94365.015 03/03/2017 0316300   Employee In Office Trips On Cords And Fractures Leg
18 200630457 10/16/1999 0316400 X 3312 Employee Killed When Caught Between Railroad Cars
19 97443.015 07/10/2017 0316700   Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated When Cleaning A Sinto Mol
20 104502.01 04/06/2018 0317500   Employee Falls Through Hole In Roof And Breaks Arm

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