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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 170572135 06/01/1999 0454510 X 9199 Employee Dies Of Blood Clot Following Toe Injury
42 200550630 03/01/1999 0625700 X 1799 Employee Dies Of Embolism After Hydroblasting Injury
43 201501046 12/25/1998 0950614 X 3577 Employee Died From Unclear Cause
44 200270262 07/26/1997 0524500 X 761 Employee Dies Of Heat Stress And Pulmonary Disease
45 200670750 07/22/1997 0418800 X 6513 Employee Killed In Fall From Ladder
46 170566947 12/09/1996 0552700 X 1622 Employee Injures Hand Between Clutches; Dies Of Blood Clot
47 200220028 10/09/1996 0316300 X 4491 Employee Dies Of Pulmonary Embolus After Forklift Accident
48 201170180 10/02/1996 0950621 X 2044 Employee Dies Of Complications After Same-Level Fall
49 170239016 10/01/1996 1055310 X 8062 Employee Dies Of Embolism After Same Level Fall
50 014320055 02/14/1996 0316700 X 3312 Employee Dies Of Embolism Days After Being Struck By Rail
51 170735658 06/05/1995 0950641 X 1771 Employee Killed When Struck By Tractor'S Hydraulic Arm
52 170073134 02/12/1995 0453720 X 3579 Employee Dies After Suffering Stomach Aneurysm
53 170121511 11/17/1994 0453720 X 2211 Employee Dies At Home Of Emboli After On-The-Job Fall
54 000839746 10/27/1994 0521400 X 3398 Employee Dies Of Complications After Fall
55 000967604 07/05/1994 0932040 X 8412 Employee Dies Of Pulmonary Embolism After Fall
56 014367411 01/24/1994 0523400 X 2083 Employee Dies After Fall From Truck Ladder
57 000855940 06/16/1993 0524500 X 5099 Employee Dies In Hospital From Injuries Sustained In Fall
58 014388557 03/19/1993 0524700 X 3559 Employee Dies In Hospital After Caught By Lathe
59 000968966 04/17/1992 0953220 X 9431 Employee Fractures Wrists In Parking Lot, Dies In Hospital
60 170395826 12/27/1991 0215800 X 9199 Employee Dies Of Embolism After Falling

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