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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 202271714 12/09/2007 0253650 X 4111 Employee Dies From Cardiovascular Disease
242 133531.01 02/18/2021 0253640 X Employee, After Double Shift Plowing Snow, Dies From Heart A
243 201881216 03/22/2005 0253630 X 8221 Employee Dies Of Natural Causes While Cleaning Floor
244 127664.01 07/08/2020 0215600 X Employee Collapses, Dies From Cardiovascular Disease
245 000644328 02/21/1992 0215000 X 7922 Employee Dies After Falling Through Stage Opening
246 202342424 06/25/2009 0215000   1522 Employee Struck And Injured By Precast Panel
247 117546.01 06/25/2019 0214700   Employee Fractures Leg In Collision With Loaded Clam Truck
248 014491724 05/31/1989 0214500 X 2676 Employee Killed When Pulled Into Paper Roll
249 130333.01 10/04/2020 0214200 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Water Under High Pressure
250 104063.01 03/21/2018 0214200 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Cross Bar And Sprocke
251 014481022 06/10/1986 0214200 X 3273 Employee Crushed And Killed By Concrete Truck
252 170118780 03/05/1993 0214200 X 1731 Employee Killed When Basket Falls
253 014312219 05/24/1993 0213900 X 7349 Employee Dies While Stripping A Floor
254 120786.01 10/12/2019 0213900 X Employee Cuts Femoral Artery And Dies From Bleeding
255 014310478 06/25/1993 0213600 X 1623,7359 Employee Killed When Struck By Saw Chain Segment
256 200742187 02/19/2007 0213100 X 7999 Employee Is Caught In Snow Blower And Is Killed
257 104550.01 04/13/2018 0213100 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof
258 106090.01 05/26/2018 0112000   Employee Is Struck By Tire In The Leg And Develops A Blood C
259 200611580 10/17/2003 0111700 X 1794 Employee Killed When Struck By Boom Of Excavator
260 136064.01 06/01/2021 0111500 X Employee Is Killed When Chainsaw Kicks Back

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