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361 127947.01 07/21/2020 1050210   Employee Lacerates Leg When Caught Between Uld Dolly And For
362 128548.01 07/20/2020 0453730 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Motor Vehicle
363 127924.01 07/19/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Struck By And Killed By Rolling Truck
364 127450.01 07/18/2020 0950612   Employee Incurs Multiple Fractures When Struck By Truck
365 130040.01 07/18/2020 0950647   Employee Incurs Burns When Sprayed From Ruptured Hose
366 127950.01 07/18/2020 0729700   Employee Cuts Arm With Chainsaw After Slipping While Felling
367 128007.01 07/17/2020 0523900   Employee Incurs Multiple Fractures When Run Over By Utv
368 128037.01 07/17/2020 0950621   Employee Incurs Internal Injuries When Struck By Speeding Pi
369 128675.01 07/17/2020 0950612   Employee Amputates Fingertip In Harvester Hydraulic Leg
370 127993.01 07/16/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Forklift
371 131685.01 07/16/2020 0950624   Employee Fractures Leg When Utv And Pickup Collide
372 131372.01 07/16/2020 0950644   Employee Fractures Leg In Fall Through Catwalk
373 128394.01 07/16/2020 0418100   Employee Fractures Back When Struck By Falling Metal Rack Pa
374 127706.01 07/09/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Killed In Dump Truck Incident
375 135916.01 07/09/2020 0950632   Employee Suffers Eye Injury Baling Hay
376 127667.01 07/08/2020 1032700   Employee Fractures Legs When Run Over By Loader Tracks
377 128505.01 07/08/2020 0552700 X Employee Is Killed During Inclement Weather
378 127715.01 07/08/2020 0627700 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Vehicle
379 127926.01 07/07/2020 0418200   Employee Fractures Foot In Piv On Piv Collision Due To Spill
380 127586.01 07/07/2020 0626600 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Forklift Tips Over

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