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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 170784482 10/03/2012 0950621   2759 Employee Gets Left Hand Caught In Press
62 202493888 09/10/2012 0950621   2759 Employee Amputates Finger In Printing Press
63 200535292 07/17/2012 0751910   2759 Printing Machine Operator Amputates Fingers
64 200535185 06/22/2012 0751910   2761 Printing Press Operator Amputates Finger On Press Roller
65 170784169 03/16/2012 0950621   2752 Employee Hand Was Crushed In Printing Press
66 202478244 02/10/2012 0950636   2796 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Printing Press
67 202626719 01/25/2012 0352430 X 2752 An Employee Is Hit As Baler Door Blows Open, Later Dies
68 202478038 12/12/2011 0950636   2752 Employee Is Injured While Operating A Printing Machine
69 200381192 11/03/2011 0336000 X 2759 Cleaning Solvent Fire Kills One And Burns Another
70 201077872 10/26/2011 0950632   2741 Employee'S Hand Is Injured By Printing Press
71 201273182 09/29/2011 0418300 X 2754 Employee Receives Electric Shock And Dies
72 201129186 08/12/2011 0950613   2759 Employee'S Hand Is Cut When Caught In Printing Press
73 312668015 08/09/2011 0950636   3089 Worker Cleaning Roller Of Printing Press Amputates Finger
74 202477527 07/14/2011 0950636   2674 Employee'S Finger Is Injured When Caught In Machine
75 202543278 07/08/2011 0950641   2269 Employee Is Burned When Machine Activates
76 202586798 05/16/2011 0950614   2653 Employee'S Fingers Are Injured When Caught In Machine
77 202633608 02/03/2011 0950633   2759 Worker Amputates Finger In Rollers Of Printing Press
78 202627923 12/21/2010 0950633   2673 Employee Injures Arm In Printing Press
79 201127925 11/17/2010 0950613   2759 Employee Amputates Tip Of Index Finger In Printing Machine
80 200824639 10/27/2010 0521400   2759 Worker Sustains Avulsion While Adjusting Printing Press Ink

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