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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201790250 07/02/1997 0950612   1761 Employee Burned When Splashed By Hot Asphalt Tar
142 170726152 06/27/1997 0950614   3331 Employee'S Toes Crushed By Welding Machine
143 201051075 06/27/1997 0950642   6512 Employee'S Toes Lacerated By High-Pressure Jet Of Water
144 170726467 06/19/1997 0950614   2013 Employee'S Foot Injured When Run Over By Forklift
145 200550077 06/11/1997 0625700   5191 Employees Suffer From Overexposure To Pesticide
146 201791092 06/10/1997 0950644   3674 Employee Suffers Acid Burns While Mixing Chemical Solution
147 200610079 06/08/1997 0111700 X 8221 Employee Dies Of Organic Mercury Poisoning
148 201480159 04/17/1997 0950622   4225 Employee Injured When Hair Caught In Rotating Machine Shaft
149 201090735 04/06/1997 0950645   761 Employee Injured After Stepping On Nail
150 120134739 03/18/1997 0950632   8221 Employee Injured When Arsenic Trichloride Spills On Arm
151 126120708 12/23/1996 0950642   3321 Employee Burned By Molten Metal
152 170632616 12/18/1996 0950644   1761 Employee'S Hand Burned From Hot Tar
153 200050052 12/08/1996 0728900 X 2011 Employee Dies Of Complications From Laceration Injury
154 170846364 12/07/1996 0950652   3241 Employee'S Head Burned By Hot Gas
155 201110236 09/20/1996 0950643   3492 Employee Burned In Sulfuric Acid Spill
156 170703870 08/29/1996 0950625   4213 Employee Burned When Splashed By Hot Asphalt
157 170848766 08/14/1996 0950633   7992 Employee Suffers Heat-Induced Heart Attack
158 170726657 08/14/1996 0950614   5999 Employee Suffers From Cellulitis Following Cat Bite
159 201050218 08/08/1996 0950642   3545 Employee'S Fingertips Amputated In Pedestal Grinder
160 170621130 07/10/1996 0950622   2086 Employee'S Foot Burned When Hot Solution Enters Boot

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