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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 170183453 11/18/1992 0950641   5541 Employee Injured In Tire Explosion
22 202545133 11/01/2012 0950641   8062 Employee Suffers Facial Fractures When Kicked By Patient
23 201166899 04/13/2005 0950641   1531 Employee Injured When Partially Ejected From Boom Lift
24 202473229 10/06/2006 0950636   7534 Employee Is Injured When Changing Tire On Forklift
25 201031143 10/30/1997 0950635   3715 Employee Injured When Tire Explodes During Inflation
26 170163810 11/25/1990 0950635   7532 Employee Injured When Struck By Tire And Wheel After Blowout
27 201037512 07/07/2005 0950635   5531 Employee Is Injured When Hit By Exploding Tire
28 202532925 04/14/2014 0950635   1761 Roofer Falls From Roof And Fractures Leg
29 170891394 03/09/1995 0950635   5531 Employee Injured When Struck By Single Piece Wheel
30 202715967 08/07/2013 0950633   5093 Employee Is Injured When Fork Lift Tire Explodes
31 125891895 10/01/1997 0950633   4142 Employee Injured When Tire Explodes During Inflation
32 119948511 07/25/2000 0950633   2452 Mechanic Injured When Split Rim Assembly Explodes
33 170192769 05/05/1992 0950633   5531 Employee Injured By Exploding Tire/Rim
34 202609129 01/18/2010 0950633 X 3253 Employee Is Killed From Head Injury While Inflating Tire
35 170591176 06/15/1995 0950633 X 7534 Employee Killed When Tractor Tire Explodes
36 170192652 04/09/1992 0950633   5531 Employee'S Leg Broken When Struck By Flying Tire And Rim
37 170605349 01/09/1993 0950633   2299 Employee Injures Leg By Projecting Split Rim Wheel
38 125892638 08/12/1997 0950633   7534 Employee Injured When Tire Explodes During Inflation
39 170159255 07/25/1990 0950632   7534 Employee Injured When Struck By Exploding Tire
40 99922.015 05/26/2017 0950632   Employee Falls From Truck During Loading And Sustains Multip

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