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Keyword: "Power Take-Off"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 014559884 09/12/1991 0855610 X 212 Employee Killed When Pulled Into Hay Baler
82 170049514 05/22/1991 0950614   4213 Employee'S Arm Injured When Caught In Rotating Shaft
83 000710624 03/14/1991 1054116   1623 Employee Injured When Caught By Rotating Shaft
84 170196331 03/12/1991 0950624   175 Employee Suffers Multiple Fractures Due To Rotating Shaft
85 170252142 03/01/1991 1055340 X 241 Employee Killed When Caught By Drive Shaft
86 170202576 01/15/1991 0950625 X 172 Employee Killed When Caught By Spinning Drive Shaft
87 014273445 12/31/1990 0111100 X 241 Employee Killed When Caught By Rotating Shaft
88 170207575 10/31/1990 0950612   3556 Employee Injured When Clothing Caught By Rotating Shaft
89 170251466 05/09/1990 1055350   139 Employee'S Arm Fractured When Caught In Sprayer Pto Shaft
90 014429286 03/06/1990 0830500 X 3732 Mechanic Killed When Caught In Truck'S Power Take-Off
91 000885566 01/09/1990 1050210 X 4212 Employee Dies Of Broken Neck When Hair Is Caught In Pto
92 014438956 10/18/1989 1032500 X 134 Employee Entangled And Killed In Digger Shaft
93 014336853 09/19/1989 0420100 X 8744 Employee Killed In Fall From Tractor
94 014535652 10/17/1988 0830300 X 7513 Employee Killed When Caught On Truck'S Pto
95 014505168 05/04/1988 0728500 X 5191 Employee Killed When Pants Caught By Unguarded Pto Shaft
96 014468557 02/12/1988 0317530 X 2411 Employee Killed When Coat Entangled In Pto Shaft
97 014414643 01/08/1988 0729300 X 2679,1761 Construction Worker Killed When Caught In Truck Pto Shaft
98 014524235 12/22/1987 0522500 X 4213 Employee Killed When He Became Entangled In A Pto Shaft
99 000673715 01/27/1987 0751910   5153 Employee'S Finger Amputated By Blower
100 014454011 01/26/1987 0751910 X 1429 Employee Killed When Clothing Caught By Power Take-Off

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