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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 201634730 07/19/2004 1054111   1731 Employee'S Finger Injured By Powder-Actuated Tool
2 201634441 04/15/2004 1054111   1711 Worker Suffers Injury When Powder Actuated Gun Discharges
3 201042082 01/13/2005 0953220   1771 Employee'S Arm Is Amputated In Concrete Truck Mixer
4 105721.01 04/10/2018 0953210   Employee Suffers Fractured Skull And Leg Hematoma In Fall
5 000779603 02/02/1990 0953210   1761 Employee'S Eardrum Broken By Loud Noise
6 201942778 05/16/2009 0951510 X 1795 Demolition Worker Is Killed In Tower Collapse
7 014549042 08/03/1984 0951510   8734 Flash Powder Exploded, Injuring Employee
8 170856009 09/23/2002 0950653   1629 Employee Gets Cement Dust In Eye And Suffers Chemical Burn
9 170357495 08/08/2001 0950653   1422 Employee'S Fingers Amputated After They Became Stuck In Rope
10 170152169 01/10/1991 0950645   1741 Employee'S Hand Injured By Shell Detonation
11 170737837 12/08/1994 0950645   1791 Employee Shoots Self In Hand With Powder-Actuated Gun
12 201797727 09/21/2003 0950644 X 3272 Employee Dies After Fall From Tanker
13 202472676 04/12/2006 0950644   3255 Employee Fractures Wrist In Fall From Table
14 201795994 05/08/2002 0950644   3089 Mixer Operator Fractures Legs When He Falls Into Mixer
15 170903595 01/24/1996 0950644   3275 Employee Injured After Inhaling Dry Cement While Off Loading
16 202465001 05/05/2007 0950643   2421 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated While Using Transpower Saw
17 201118718 11/09/2004 0950643   2844 Employee Fingertip Amputated In Powder Press
18 201116324 07/11/2003 0950643   5159 Employee Is Burned When Combustible Powder Explodes
19 170150924 10/27/1993 0950643   2892 Employee'S Hand And Arm Injured In Zpp Explosion
20 202465951 02/19/2008 0950643   5032 Employee Sustains Amputation When His Arm Is Caught

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