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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 201177169 04/23/2005 0950621   7299 Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Butt Roll Drops
162 200529683 04/13/2005 0751910   2732 Employee'S Fingers Amputated While Changing Paper Roll
163 201799483 01/26/2005 0950644   2731 Employee Fractures Arm When Caught In Machine
164 201036746 11/29/2004 0950635   2752 Employee Finger Is Amputated
165 201176534 11/25/2004 0950621   2759 Employee'S Fingers Are Crushed In Printing Press Rollers
166 201505476 10/22/2004 0950614   2771 Employee'S Hand Crushed In Press
167 201059227 10/08/2004 0950642   2711 Employee Crushes Hand In Printing Press
168 201118569 10/05/2004 0950643   2759 Worker'S Fingertip Partially Amputated In Printing Press
169 201058906 08/30/2004 0950642   2752 Employee Amputates Fingers In The Rollers Of A Machine
170 202355335 08/21/2004 0352430   2752 Employee Is Injured When Fingers Crushed In Press
171 201612744 07/20/2004 1054113   2037 Employee'S Hand Is Injured By Printing Press
172 201058724 06/09/2004 0950642   3089 Employee Amputates Finger In Thermoprinting Machine
173 200773547 05/24/2004 0134000   2893 Employee'S Hand Caught In Press
174 201117090 04/13/2004 0950643   8641 Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated In Web Press
175 201159100 03/16/2004 0950633   2752 Employee'S Fingers Amputated In Printing Press
176 201058237 03/12/2004 0950642   3089 Employee Amputates Finger In Gears Of Printing Press
177 170843684 03/02/2004 0950615   2752 Employee Injured Lower Back While Operating Printing Press
178 201634219 02/17/2004 1054112   2674 Employee Injured During Cleaning Of Printing Plate Roller
179 201144862 02/13/2004 0950631   2741 Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated By Rotary Paper Trimmer
180 200122521 02/03/2004 0523400 X 2759 Employee Killed When Caught In Stacker

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