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Keyword: "Power Take-Off"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 200332039 12/27/2007 0830300 X 1389 Truck Driver Asphyxiates After Being Caught In Drive Shaft
22 201490778 12/15/2007 0950625   131 Employee Is Injured When Caught By Driveline
23 202486510 12/13/2007 0950621   722 Employee Is Injured By Driveline
24 201522828 02/06/2007 0111500   5154 Employee Arm Is Amputated In Rotating Unit
25 201371010 03/09/2006 0317700 X 241 Employee Is Killed When Entangled In Machine Drive
26 201343795 01/21/2005 0729700 X 1781 Employee Caught In Power Take -Ff And Is Killed
27 201083979 04/16/2003 0950625 X 119 Employee Dies From Amputation Complications
28 200821882 01/27/2003 0521400 X 5172 Employee Suffers Asphyxiation While Delivering Propane
29 170842595 08/02/2002 0950615   762 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Tractor Belt Drive
30 171048093 05/08/2002 0751910 X 5191 Employee Dies When He Becomes Entangled In Unguarded Shaft
31 201330503 12/18/2001 0213600 X 1542 Employee Killed When Caught In Unguarded Rotating Shaft
32 201094653 03/14/2001 0950645   761 Employee Suffers Fractured Wrist
33 200740769 11/15/2000 0213100 X 241 Employee Killed Between Pto Shaft And Trailer Hitch
34 170844005 05/03/2000 0950615   172 Employee'S Arm Injured When Caught In Drive Shaft
35 101280709 01/25/2000 0418100 X 213 Employee Dies After Arm Amputated In Baler
36 170843544 07/26/1999 0950615   721 Employee Injured When Arm Caught In Tractor Auger Shaft
37 201482940 07/12/1999 0950622 X 762 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Tractor Blades
38 201280534 06/07/1999 0418100 X 783 Employee Killed When Run Over By Truck
39 201152303 05/22/1999 0950633   762 Employee Injured When Clothing Caught In Power Take-Off
40 170847842 11/18/1998 0950652   3241 Employee Injured When Caught In Drive Shaft Of Dump Truck

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