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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 201761251 09/21/2000 0626600 X 7538 Employee Struck By Exploding Tire Is Killed
122 201054319 08/04/2000 0950642   7534 Employee'S Arm Fractured When Truck Tire Explodes
123 200900728 04/19/2000 0418400 X 7538 One Employee Killed, One Injured When Tire Explodes
124 201620374 04/06/2000 1054116 X 7534 Employee Dies After Tire Assembly Accident
125 202074530 03/31/2000 0453730 X 7534 Employee Killed When Struck By Tire Rim Lock Ring
126 201310596 02/26/2000 0213400   7699 Employee Injured When Tire Explodes
127 200460475 06/16/1999 0111400 X 1799 Employee Killed When Tire Explodes While Replacing Rim
128 170234223 06/14/1999 1055350   5531 Employee Injured When Struck By Flying Wheel Rim
129 125626804 05/11/1999 0950614   5531 Employee Injured When Struck By Force Of Exploding Tire
130 170625875 12/02/1998 0950625   7534 Employee Injured When Tire Explodes During Inflating
131 170074983 11/17/1998 0257230   4953 Employee Killed When Tire Explodes During Inflation
132 200630259 10/12/1998 0316400 X 4212 Employee Killed When Truck Crane Tire Explodes
133 200000495 06/08/1998 0728500 X 3499 Employee Killed When Wheel Rim Blows Apart
134 200260495 06/03/1998 0627100 X 4212 Employee Killed Tire Explodes During Mounting
135 201340304 05/27/1998 0729700 X 7699 Employee Killed When Struck By Tire Rim
136 201360518 05/15/1998 0419400 X 5531 Employee Killed When Struck By Split Rim Tire Locking Ring
137 201091287 02/12/1998 0950645   7534 Employee Injured When Tire Rim Blew
138 201700267 01/15/1998 1054115   9621 Employee Struck By Exploding Split Rim
139 201140597 12/30/1997 0950631   4212 Employee Gets Hit With Crowbar While Inflating Tire
140 201080843 11/17/1997 0950625   7699 Employee Suffers Broken Elbow When Tire Exploded

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