That's always from either an out-of-range date or a malformed date.
Usually see it where American-style dates (MM-DD-YYYY) are being inserted into something expecting Euro-style dates (DD-MM-YYYY), or vice-versa. Tries to put "day 15" into "month", and errors out.
Test for that kind of thing in your data. That's the most common cause I've run into.
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