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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 202493334 07/05/2012 0950621   179 Employee Injures Foot When Sprayer Jack Slips
142 202522959 06/25/2012 0950624   4225 Delivery Driver Fractures Leg In Fall From Truck
143 201392651 06/21/2012 0552652 X 5181 Employee Falls Behind Trailer Striking Head And Is Killed
144 170784359 06/20/2012 0950621   2951 Employee Falls From Truck, Fracturing Spine, Wrist
145 202493573 06/20/2012 0950621   4213 Employee Catches Arm In Door And Trailer, Suffers Injury
146 202653606 06/14/2012 0950612   181 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Company Vehicle
147 202531398 06/12/2012 0950635   4212 Employee'S Legs Lacerated When Struck By Cart
148 201078094 06/08/2012 0950632 X 5193 Employee Is Crushed And Killed Between Truck And Dock
149 200626547 05/25/2012 0454715 X 4213 Backing Semi Truck Runs Over And Kills Worker
150 200376051 05/24/2012 0454510 X 5713 Employee Is Caught Between Truck And Dock, Later Dies
151 201204823 05/22/2012 1054114   3715 Employee Is Injured When Struck In Eye By Piece Of Metal
152 202544128 05/18/2012 0950641   4212 Employee Fractures Leg When Truck Falls Over
153 201024171 05/15/2012 0950615   2084 Employee Injures Finger When Disengaging A Trellis Wire
154 202522454 05/09/2012 0950624 X 4214 Employee Is Found Dead Inside Refrigerated Trailer
155 202531323 05/08/2012 0950635   4731 Employee Fractures Leg When Air Compressor Falls
156 200926236 05/04/2012 0355112 X 3441 Employee Dies Of Heart Attack
157 202471751 05/03/2012 0950643   4212 Employee Slips And Falls, Fracturing His Clavicle And Ribs
158 200534980 04/24/2012 0751910 X 4213 Employee Fall From Tanker, Later Died
159 201129095 04/20/2012 0950613   5169 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
160 200360071 04/18/2012 0453710 X 171 Employee Is Caught In Spooling Machine And Dies

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