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Keyword: "Barge"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 014414122 09/27/1991 0625700 X 4491,4492 Employee Drowns In Mississippi River After Fall From Barge
202 100553882 02/27/2003 0625700 X 4499 Two Empooyees Killed In Fall From Barge Into River
203 014520357 01/10/1986 0625700 X 3731 Employee Disappears From Barge And Is Later Found Drowned
204 170082127 05/17/1994 0625700 X 5093 Employee Dies In Fall From Barge To Riverbank
205 170082358 10/24/1994 0625700 X 4491 Employee Dies In Fall Through Opening On Barge
206 170082366 10/09/1997 0625700 X 4491 Employee Drowns After Falling Off Barge
207 170081228 03/14/1995 0625700 X 7363 Employee Drowns Trying To Tie Boat To Barge
208 200551257 10/05/1999 0625700 X 4221,1799 Employee Drowns After Fall From Barge Into River
209 200550218 05/25/1998 0625700 X 3731 Employee Falls Into River And Drowns
210 200550846 07/19/1999 0625700 X 3731 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Bottom Of Barge
211 200554905 07/31/2007 0625700 X 4491 Employee Is Drowned In Fall Off Grain Barge Into River
212 200551679 11/07/2000 0625700 X 3731 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Wooden Beam
213 200553568 10/02/2004 0625700 X 3731 Employee Killed By Drowning In River
214 200553709 10/23/2004 0625700 X 1521 Employee Dies From Drowning In Lake
215 200553766 03/22/2005 0625700 X 3731 Employee Dies From Injury Received In Fall Through Opening
216 200555662 06/12/2009 0625700 X 3533 Employee Is Killed By Falling Load
217 200552743 11/19/2002 0625700 X 3731 Employee Killed By Fall From Hopper Barge Into Cargo Tank
218 200552750 02/13/2003 0625700 X 4491 Employee Crushed To Death
219 200551794 01/31/2001 0625700 X 4491 Employee Drowned After Falling From Barge Into The River
220 200552008 09/28/2001 0625700 X 4491 Employee Killed By A Clam Shell Bucket

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