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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 115430.01 04/15/2019 0626600 X Employee Is Pinned By Runaway Forklift And Is Killed
122 115495.01 04/12/2019 0950623   Employee Is Crushed By Water Truck
123 115344.01 04/10/2019 0524700   Employee Fractures Leg When Pinned By Forklift
124 115270.01 04/09/2019 0112000   Employee Suffers Fractures When Run Over By Forklift
125 115137.01 04/04/2019 0420600 X Employee Is Crushed Between Garbage Truck And Van, Dies From
126 115825.01 04/04/2019 0454510 X Employee Is Pinned Between Lift And Beam And Dies
127 115062.01 03/30/2019 0524500   Employee Fractures Pelvis And Perforates Bowels When Pinned
128 115140.01 03/28/2019 0521700   Employee Injures Ankle When Struck By Pallet Jack
129 114795.01 03/26/2019 0950621 X Employee Is Killed While Cleaning Skid Steer
130 114859.01 03/25/2019 0626300   Employee Fractures Leg And Ankle When Pinned Between Trailer
131 114764.01 03/23/2019 0636900   Employee Fractures Ribs, Knees, And Ankles When Pinned By Sp
132 115040.01 03/22/2019 0418400   Employee Is Caught Between Equipment And Sustains Multiple I
133 114856.01 03/22/2019 0551800 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned By Bander Machine
134 114630.01 03/19/2019 0950624 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Truck And Car Carrier
135 114712.01 03/16/2019 0111700   Employee'S Legs Are Broken By Falling Forklift Battery
136 114681.01 03/13/2019 0522000   Employee Is Pinned Between Carts And Fractures Both Legs
137 114828.01 03/05/2019 0418800 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Two Trucks
138 114166.01 03/05/2019 0751910 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Compactor Ram
139 114074.01 03/01/2019 0751910 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Racks
140 114165.01 02/27/2019 0112000   Employee Fractures Fingers While Removing Idler Roll On Coat

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