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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202365375 12/06/2005 1055360 X 2077 Employee Is Killed By Lift Gate
2 170096085 10/09/1996 1055340 X 7992 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Dump Truck Bed
3 202368783 05/24/2011 1055330   782 Two Employees Receive Electric Shock
4 170002802 02/16/2001 1055320   4212 Employee In Truck Injured By Toppling Container Lift
5 201610334 03/27/1998 1054118   5511 Employee Injured When Crushed By Falling Car
6 000793539 04/21/1990 1054114 X 2431 Employee Killed When Caught Under Scissor Lift
7 201615358 12/12/2012 1054113   181 Employee Falls And Fractures Both Legs
8 201636461 12/21/2006 1054112   3499 Employee'S Arm Is Amputated When Caught In Hydraulic Lift
9 201640000 03/25/2011 1054112 X 7538 Vechicle Falls From Jack Stand And Kills Mechanic
10 201638186 11/18/2008 1054112   5511 Employee'S Back Is Fractured In Fall
11 201635117 03/05/2005 1054111   7363,2048 Employee Fractures Foot While Loading Bags Onto Hydraulic
12 201639226 05/03/2010 1054111   9131 Employee Fractures Pelvis In Fall From Vehicle Lift
13 000711788 11/28/1989 1054111 X 5084 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Forklift
14 106450.01 06/06/2018 1032300   Employee'S Fingertips Are Amputated Between Metal Surfaces
15 100402.01 09/25/2017 0953220   Employee Suffers Fractures And Partial Amputation To Fingers
16 85322.015 05/13/2016 0953220 X Worker Falls From Powered Platform And Is Killed
17 201041951 08/19/2004 0953220 X 1751 Employees Are Injured In Collapse Of Elevated Lift
18 201044179 05/21/2009 0953220 X 1731 Employee Killed When Caught Between I-Beam And Rail
19 201041431 07/11/2003 0953220   1741 Employee Injured By Electric Shock Hydraulic Lift Cylinder C
20 201042025 09/30/2004 0953220   1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall From A Scissor Lift

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