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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 201185543 01/16/2011 0950611   4911 Employee'S Finger Is Injured When Ring Is Caught On Bolt
22 202491114 10/30/2010 0950621   4812 Employee Lacerates Ring Finger When Caught On Bracket
23 200053817 10/28/2010 0728900   5191 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Removing Stake In Hopper
24 200533701 08/09/2010 0751910   3511 Employee'S Finger Is Injured By Ring And Washer
25 202476230 09/10/2009 0950636   3441 Employee'S Fingers Are Injured In Fly Wheel
26 102098795 09/09/2009 0453710   2452 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated After Ring Gets Snagged
27 202599767 08/04/2009 0950612   8711 Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Caught By Chain
28 202475497 02/12/2009 0950636   3462 Employee Injures Foot When Crushed By Falling Metal Ring
29 202539862 10/28/2008 0950641   5812 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Snagged On Screw
30 201507886 09/05/2007 0950614   1522 Employee'S Ring Catches In Truck Frame, Finger Degloved
31 202454054 08/13/2007 0950642   1731 Employee'S Ring Finger Degloved When Caught On Lift Bolt
32 202495560 03/12/2007 0950612   1623 Caught Ring On Equipment Parts
33 201126133 09/01/2006 0950613   5261 Employee Finger Is Amputated By Ring
34 201070257 06/21/2006 0950632   1711 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Ring Is Caught
35 201488194 12/02/2005 0950622   7359 Employee Suffers Amputation Of Left Ring Finger
36 201800406 11/16/2005 0950644   2434 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated When Saw Kicks Back
37 201505633 03/29/2005 0950614   4214 Employee Falls, Finger Is De-Gloved
38 170765705 01/11/2005 0950615   5063 Employee'S Finger Is Partially Amputated By His Ring
39 201954062 11/15/2004 0522000   3341 Employee Is Injured When Caught Between Coil Master
40 201799053 10/28/2004 0950644   3511 Employee Punctured In Neck By Discharged Metal

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