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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 170612626 06/24/1993 0950621   4225 Employee Runs Over Foot With Motorized Pallet Truck
102 170729156 06/06/1993 0950644   5411 Employee Strikes His Forehead On The Handle Of Pallet Jack
103 014494900 12/28/1992 0627700 X 1742 Employee Killed In Fall From Elevated Work Platform
104 014369938 07/17/1992 0523400 X 7699 Employee Killed When Skull Is Crushed By Falling Forklift
105 170192793 04/20/1992 0950633   5172 Employee Injured When Caught Between Pallet Jack And Truck
106 000957142 01/31/1992 0950622   2082 Employee'S Hand Injured Striking Seismic Bracing
107 170175400 07/22/1991 0950613   2032 Employee Injured While Moving 55-Gallon Barrel Of Olives
108 170158091 06/29/1991 0950642   2099 Employee Sustains Broken Elbow When Struck By Forklift
109 170197313 04/22/1991 0950622   5411 Employee'S Finger Severed When Struck By Metal Racks
110 170186977 03/14/1991 0950635   5411 Employee Injured When Pinned By Pallet Jack Against Wall
111 170247985 02/28/1991 1055350   5251 Employee'S Foot Injured Between Forklift And Door Jamb
112 170197735 12/15/1990 0950621   4214 Employee'S Foot Crushed Between Deck And Curb
113 170189971 12/06/1990 0950634   5399 Employee Injured In Fall Off Pallet Jack
114 170169155 10/24/1990 0950612   4225 Employee'S Foot Fractured In Collision
115 170164966 09/05/1990 0950631   1799 Employee'S Leg Broken When Pallet Truck Tips Over
116 170189963 08/02/1990 0950634   5143 Employee Injured When Caught Between Pallet Jack And Post
117 170246656 05/08/1990 1055320 X 7363,7389 Employee Killed In Fall From Forks Of Forklift
118 014447205 04/29/1985 0552700   3469 Employee'S Toes Amputated After Forklift Ran Over Foot
119 014515381 02/13/1985 0524700 X 3089 Struck By Load Falling From Lift Truck.

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