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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 123015.01 01/08/2020 0317900 X Worker Is Killed When Caught In Pto Drive Shaft
2 110370.01 10/24/2018 0950632 X Employee Is Killed When Hair Is Caught In Machinery
3 102569.01 01/25/2018 0454711 X Employee Dies After Being Caught In Auger
4 101762.01 11/01/2017 1054115 X Employee Is Caught In Pto And Is Killed
5 76630.015 01/30/2015 0653510 X Employee Killed When Caught In Pto Drive Shaft Of Pump Truck
6 202459079 02/12/2014 0950647   721 Worker Is Caught By Power Take-Off And Sustains Fracture
7 201345865 10/11/2011 0729700   1611 Employee Amputates Left Arm In Pto Shaft
8 170784052 09/21/2011 0950621   139 Employee'S Gets Hand Crushed By Conveyor
9 201752045 02/07/2011 0830600 X 7699 Mechanic Is Killed When Clothing Is Caught In Machinery
10 201345303 03/10/2010 0729700 X 4213 Truck Driver Dies After Arm Is Caught In Power Take-Off
11 201955994 02/17/2010 0522000 X 5099 Employee Is Caught In Truck'S Power Take-Off And Killed
12 202586202 06/08/2009 0950612   761 Employee Amputates Finger In Tractor Power Take-Off
13 201391927 05/23/2009 0552652 X 241 Employee Is Killed When Entagled In Unguarded Take-Off Shaft
14 200340842 04/15/2009 0523900 X 2048 Employee Caught In Tractor Power Take Off Shaft Is Killed
15 200411171 03/31/2009 0317300 X 3272 Employee Is Strangled When Shirt Is Caught In Mechanism
16 201492477 01/14/2009 0950625   761 Employee'S Arm Is Fractured In Machine
17 202367322 02/21/2008 1055350 X 175 Employee Is Killed When Arm Amputated By Hole Digger
18 200332039 12/27/2007 0830300 X 1389 Truck Driver Asphyxiates After Being Caught In Drive Shaft
19 201490778 12/15/2007 0950625   131 Employee Is Injured When Caught By Driveline
20 202486510 12/13/2007 0950621   722 Employee Is Injured By Driveline

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