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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
381 200526283 05/21/2003 0751910   9111 Employee Injured While Operating Lawn Mower And Sweeper
382 000673947 09/04/1986 0751910   7997 Employee'S Toes Amputated By Mower
383 96853.015 06/15/2017 0830300   Employee'S Two Fingers Are Amputated While Cleaning Out A La
384 77593.015 06/23/2015 0830600 X Employee Suffers Heart Attack While Cutting Lawn
385 117173.01 05/19/2019 0830600   Employee Amputates Toes While Mowing Lawn
386 136755.01 06/02/2021 0854910 X Employee Drowns When Crashing Mower Into Water
387 201562642 06/24/2011 0854910 X 7992 Employee Dies From Asphyxia
388 000686618 10/03/1986 0854910   7992 Employee Injured When Pinned By Riding Mower
389 200981058 06/18/2009 0855610 X 7011 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Fariway Mower
390 201781234 07/01/2009 0935000 X 782 Employee Is Killed When Pinned Under Riding Lawnmower
391 67112.015 08/20/2014 0936300 X Employee Is Pinned Under Lawn Mower In Stream And Drowns
392 94656.015 02/22/2017 0950411   Employee'S Knee Is Crushed When Mower Rolls Over
393 202560603 12/01/2008 0950411 X 782 Employee Drowns In Pond With Lawnmower
394 201186863 05/22/2013 0950611   9512 Employee Thrown From Lawn Mower, Sustains A Laceration And M
395 201180502 01/16/2001 0950611   782 Employee Injured When Fingers Caught In Lawnmower
396 170886949 03/20/1997 0950612   7011 Employee Injured When Struck By Lawn Mower Blade
397 202585717 03/07/2009 0950612   782 Employee'S Left Hand Amputated By Lawn Mower Blade
398 202653713 06/26/2012 0950612   782 Mower Operator Injures Fingers While Working On Drive Belt
399 202495362 10/20/2006 0950612 X 7997 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Mower Part
400 105807.01 05/22/2018 0950612   Employee Is Struck By Tree Branch That Was Pulled Down By Tr

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