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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 104733.01 04/02/2018 0950612   Splinter From Wood Pallet Leads To Infection In Employee'S H
82 104412.01 03/30/2018 0215600 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Slabs Of Quartz
83 104441.01 03/29/2018 0524700   Two Employees Are Working Within Closed Confines With Forkli
84 104546.01 03/21/2018 0751910   Employee Crushes Leg Between Forklift And Storage Rack And A
85 103932.01 03/07/2018 0134000   Forklift Operator Fractures Ankle When Caught Between A Pit
86 103919.01 03/06/2018 0418300   Employee'S Leg Is Caught Between Pallets And Is Fractured
87 106853.01 02/19/2018 0626300   Employee Is Struck By Forklift While In Reverse And Fracture
88 103588.01 02/16/2018 0625400   Employee Sustains Skull Fracture
89 103060.01 02/06/2018 0524700   Employee Is Hit In The Face With A Piece Of Plastic And Suf
90 102865.01 02/02/2018 0627700   Employee Is Struck By Forklift And Is Crushed Against Storag
91 105677.01 01/29/2018 0355122 X Warehouse Worker Struck And Killed By Forklift Truck
92 102825.01 01/22/2018 0950633   Employee Catches Finger Under Metal Shelving System And Crus
93 102765.01 01/18/2018 0352440   Employee Is Injured In A Fork Lift Accident
94 102454.01 01/02/2018 0636900   Pallet Jack Operator Injures Foot
95 102010.01 12/31/2017 0950612   Employee Falls From Rack And Fractures Vertebra
96 102100.01 12/29/2017 0950633   Employee Operating Warehouse Vehicle Was Injured In Accident
97 106371.01 12/15/2017 0950633   Warehouse Employee Is Struck By Falling Super Sack And Susta
98 101618.01 12/12/2017 0522300   Employee Sustains Broken Leg When Struck By Piv
99 101658.01 12/12/2017 0418100   Employee Sustains Partial Amputation Of Finger
100 102334.01 12/04/2017 0751910   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Fractured Ankle

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