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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200960847 04/17/1997 0352430   7538 Employee Injured When Pinned Under Auto Lift And Car
82 200670917 08/20/1997 0418800 X 7538 Employee Killed When Car Falls Off Auto Lift
83 201031101 11/05/1997 0950635   5541 Employee'S Legs Fractured When Van Tips Off Auto Lift
84 200961613 11/28/1997 0352440   5541 Employee Injured When Automobile Falls From Lift
85 201091170 01/09/1998 0950645   3711 Employee Injured When Vehicle Fell Off Rack
86 201440112 03/24/1998 0316120 X 7699 Employee Killed When Crushed By Scissor-Type Loading Dock
87 201610334 03/27/1998 1054118   5511 Employee Injured When Crushed By Falling Car
88 170897631 06/08/1998 0950644   4214 Employee'S Fingers Amputated In Hydraulic Lift Gate
89 201081122 07/08/1998 0950625 X 7361 Employee Crushed In A Scissors Lift
90 201760642 08/14/1998 0626600 X 5521 Employee Killed When Crushed Beneath Auto Hoist
91 200920122 09/02/1998 0355112 X 5984 Employee Killed When Pinned By Hydraulic Lift Gate
92 200810448 10/06/1998 0627400 X 2875 Employee #1 Killed When Crushed Under Wheels Of Dump Truck
93 201481884 10/29/1998 0950622   7538 Employee'S Fingertips Are Amputated When Caught In Pulley
94 200830149 12/28/1998 0215600 X 1711 Employee Killed When Crushed By Hydraulic Lift
95 200900553 01/12/1999 0418400 X 2013 Employee Killed When Crushed By Dumping Device
96 200170082 03/31/1999 0257260 X 1611 Employee Killed When Head Crushed By Truck Bed
97 200000685 04/13/1999 0728500 X 3711 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Automobile
98 200980118 05/14/1999 0855610 X 7549 Employee Killed When Truck Falls Off Hoist
99 201052800 07/01/1999 0950642   4231 Employee'S Thumb Amputated
100 201340668 07/29/1999 0729700 X 5153 Employee Falls To His Death After Counterweight Breaks

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