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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 200926160 01/11/2012 0355124 X 1799 Employee Dies Few Days After Being Exposed To Silica
62 200151645 12/30/2011 0214700 X 5983 Employee Is Engulfed In Fuel Fire, Dies
63 202568721 08/23/2011 0452110 X 1711 Employee Is Killed When Trench Collapses
64 202023826 08/16/2011 0316100 X 1791 Employee Is Killed When Struck Head Against A Steel Pole
65 200556637 07/27/2011 0625700 X 4491 Barge Worker Is Knocked Into River And Drowns
66 202543179 04/12/2011 0950641   783 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated By Falling Chipper Tongue
67 202528477 03/11/2011 0420600 X 5084 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Platform
68 200881811 10/25/2010 0215800   1799 Fall From Communication Antennae Tower Hospitalizes Three
69 201345493 09/17/2010 0729700 X 1741 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
70 200103760 07/03/2010 0522300 X 3316 Warehouse Worker Dies From Overhead Crane Accident Injuries
71 202080404 03/19/2010 0453730 X 5084 Employee Dies After Being Pinned Under Compressor
72 200812972 01/20/2010 0627510 X 1381 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Block Line
73 200533321 11/24/2009 0751910   5154 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Parts
74 201363439 08/17/2009 0419400 X 3732 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Block Of Davit Crane
75 202563243 11/12/2008 0950612   8211 Employee'S Leg Is Injured By Wheel Block
76 200332161 10/20/2008 0830300 X 1542 Employee Is Killed When Boom Strikes
77 200212462 10/13/2008 0626000 X 721 Forklift Falls Off Blocks And Crushes Mechanic
78 200644219 08/13/2008 0627700 X 1381 Employee Is Struck By Falling Block And Is Killed
79 200775443 07/10/2008 0134000   1741 Employee'S Fingers Are Injured When Caught Between Blocks
80 202562609 06/23/2008 0950612   1542 Employee Fractures Leg When Debris Fall From Truck

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