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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 170572754 02/10/2000 0454510   3568 Employee'S Fingers Amputated In Hydraulic Press
182 170761860 02/03/2000 0551800 X 3369 Employee Burned When Magnesium Dust Ignites, Later Dies
183 170616619 01/17/2000 0950625   3599 Employee Injured In Same-Level Fall On Wet Floor
184 200963932 11/23/1999 0352440   1761 Employee Injured In Fall When Extension Ladder Kicks Out
185 170621221 11/16/1999 0950651   1429 Employee'S Fingers Injured When Caught In Auger
186 201032802 10/26/1999 0950635   4941 Employee Injures Foot In Same-Level Fall
187 200630457 10/16/1999 0316400 X 3312 Employee Killed When Caught Between Railroad Cars
188 170360440 10/02/1999 0950623   723 Employee'S Finger Injured In Rice Cleaning Machine
189 120126362 08/30/1999 0950633   3599 Employee Burned In Flash Fire In Welding Shop
190 201032356 08/24/1999 0950635   4513 Employee'S Leg Fractured In Same-Level Fall
191 170866941 08/10/1999 0950621   8062 Employee Injured When Impaled By Scalpel During Surgery
192 200672004 07/30/1999 0418800 X 3499 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Load Of Rebar
193 170724744 07/22/1999 0950623   2044 Employee Injured In Fall Escaping From Rice Dust Explosion
194 119958049 07/18/1999 0950633   7363 Employee Injured In Same-Level Fall
195 201951555 06/21/1999 0522000 X 7011 Employee Dies When She Suffers Seizure Resulting In A Fall
196 119939304 06/12/1999 0950643   2024 Employee Injured In Same-Level Fall Descending Stairs
197 201093093 06/03/1999 0950645   6513 Employee Injured From Slip And Fall
198 170205371 04/16/1999 0950611   1761 Employee Burned When Splashed By Hot Tar
199 201152436 04/14/1999 0950633   1791 Employee Suffers Head Injuries
200 200620342 04/13/1999 0454722 X 2899 Employee Burned In Series Of Explosions, Later Dies

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