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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 201271285 08/04/2001 0418300 X 2431 Employee Killed When Crushed By Scissor Lift Table
242 201794583 06/20/2001 0950644   1731 Employee Injured In Fall From Automotive Hoist
243 201502523 06/14/2001 0950614   5093 Employee Repairing Car When It Falls And Injures Him
244 201124468 04/27/2001 0950613   7532 Automotive Mechanic Injured When Car Lift Falls
245 201033701 04/24/2001 0950635   5511 Employee Suffers Crushed Hand
246 170002802 02/16/2001 1055320   4212 Employee In Truck Injured By Toppling Container Lift
247 201154705 02/15/2001 0950633   5031 Employee Falls From Order Picker
248 201162146 10/30/2000 0950641 X 7812 Painter Died After Falling From Elevated Platform
249 171011141 09/17/2000 0950631   4214 Employee'S Toes Crushed In Truck Lift Gate
250 201161981 09/07/2000 0950641   1711 Employee Falls 25 Feet
251 201771037 09/07/2000 0213900 X 1731 Employee Falls From Scissor Lift
252 171059744 08/30/2000 0854910   3949 Employee Injured Between Safety Guard And Lift Table
253 200770774 08/09/2000 0134000   5511 Two Employees Injured When Car Falls Off Lift
254 200071033 07/27/2000 0453720 X 5541 Employee Killed When Jeep Lurches Forward During Servicing
255 171059397 06/30/2000 0854910   8661 Employee Injured When Crushed By Falling Truck Bed
256 201122744 06/27/2000 0950613   1721 Employee'S Fingers Crushed In Scissor Lift Mechanism
257 200967149 06/19/2000 0352430   7539 Employee Injured When Pickup Truck Falls Off Lift
258 200620870 05/15/2000 0454711 X 4512 Employee Killed When Tug Vehicle Falls Off Lift
259 200030880 05/01/2000 0521700 X 4212 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Dump Truck Trailer
260 201032760 01/03/2000 0950635   5012 Employee Injures Head In Moving Away From Hydraulic Lift

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