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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 201185782 06/22/2011 0950611   5141 Fork Lift Operators Collide, Employee Injures Hip
22 201023769 07/26/2011 0950615   7623 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Top Of Refrigerator
23 202649067 09/12/2011 0352430 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Live Junction Box
24 202544011 02/28/2012 0950641   4222 Worker Loses Finger In Ice Machine Accident
25 202522454 05/09/2012 0950624 X 4214 Employee Is Found Dead Inside Refrigerated Trailer
26 200360915 05/31/2012 0453710   2011 Six Employees Hospitalized Following Ammonia Release
27 201496767 07/10/2012 0950625   6531 Worker Hurts Back While Moving Refrigerator
28 201078482 09/07/2012 0950632   5812 Employee Suffers Severe Burns In Kitchen Accident
29 202531612 10/24/2012 0950664   723 Two Refrigeration Technicians Sustain Corneal Burns
30 202544516 12/04/2012 0950641   5411 Employee Suffers Finger Tip Amputation By Refrigerator Door
31 202545364 03/12/2013 0950641   8062 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
32 202369567 03/25/2013 1055330 X 7699 Worker Tasked With Unplugging Refrigeration Unit Found Dead
33 201079183 06/13/2013 0950632   8211 Employee Injures Head When Shocked And Hits Head On Counter
34 201024726 06/28/2013 0950615   9451 Employee Suffers Leg Fractures When Food Cart Falls
35 202692570 03/25/2014 0950624   1711 Refrigerator Repair Worker Is Burned In Chemical Explosion

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