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Keyword: "Tire Rim"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200355576 08/29/2006 0453710 X 7538 Employee Is Killed When Split Ring Rim Blows Off Tire
82 201148350 08/03/2006 0950631   5541 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated While Changing Tire
83 200072932 06/30/2006 0453720 X 7538 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Tire Rim
84 200102283 04/12/2006 0522300 X 7699 Employee Is Killed By Exploding Tire
85 200530459 02/20/2006 0751910   3523 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Tire-Mounting Machine
86 201800901 01/14/2006 0950644   5013 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Falling Object
87 201561461 11/03/2005 0854910 X 4231 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Exploding Tire
88 201037512 07/07/2005 0950635   5531 Employee Is Injured When Hit By Exploding Tire
89 200529519 03/08/2005 0751910   5083 Employee Amputates Thumb During The Mounting Of A Tire
90 201119104 01/26/2005 0950643   3365 Employee Amputates Finger
91 306023508 11/15/2004 0728900   4789 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Protective Tire Cage
92 201086105 10/28/2004 0950625 X 5211 Employee Killed When Struck By Wheel Ring Shot From Wheel
93 201059144 10/13/2004 0950642   7699 Employee Is Injured When Tire Explodes
94 200528883 08/05/2004 0751910 X 3714 Employee Is Killed During Tire Rim Failure
95 200990950 05/01/2004 0551800 X 5311 Employees Is Killed When Struck By Flying Object
96 201504685 01/17/2004 0950614   5531 Employee'S Arm Is Injured By Tire During Inflation
97 200840973 12/02/2003 0524530   7534 Employee Injured When Tire Explodes
98 200461689 10/16/2003 0111400 X 5032 Employee Is Killed By Explosion Of Inflating Split-Rim Tire
99 201681376 06/28/2003 1050210 X 1611 Employee Killed When Struck In The Head By Flying Split Rims
100 200674372 05/19/2003 0418800 X 1611 Employee Dies When Struck By Tire Fragments

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