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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
341 141913.01 12/02/2021 0950615   Employee Fractures Ribs When Struck By Falling Tree Branch
342 142046.01 12/02/2021 0751910   Employee Fractures Leg In Fall On Stairs
343 143442.01 12/02/2021 0524500   Employee Injures Head In Fall From Ladder
344 142408.01 12/02/2021 1055350 X Employee Is Killed, Ejected From Wagon After Horses Spooked
345 142239.01 12/02/2021 0454713   Employee Suffers Multiple Fractures In Fall
346 142057.01 12/02/2021 0951510   Employee Fractures Shoulder In Fall In Freezer
347 141857.01 12/02/2021 0626000   Employee Fractures Leg In Fall
348 141717.01 12/01/2021 0522000   Employee Suffers Multiple Injuries When Struck By Falling Cr
349 141585.01 12/01/2021 0626300   Employee'S Face Is Injured When Struck By Projectile
350 141470.01 11/24/2021 0950625 X Employee Receives Electrical Shock, Falls From Roof, And Is
351 145135.01 11/22/2021 0950643   Employee Fractures Spine In Fall From Ladder
352 142842.01 11/22/2021 0257820 X One Employee Is Killed And One Is Injured In Vehicle Roll Ov
353 143099.01 11/21/2021 0950615 X Employee Dies After Fall From Ladder
354 141463.01 11/19/2021 0418300 X Employee Falls Through Skylight, Receives Blunt Force Trauma
355 143112.01 11/18/2021 1054116 X Employee Is Killed When Vehicle Rolls Over After Hitting Ice
356 141337.01 11/17/2021 0355116 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Truck Platform To Ground
357 141213.01 11/17/2021 0854910 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Equipment Hatch
358 141203.01 11/17/2021 0213900 X Employee Is Killed After Fall Through Roof During Abatement
359 141257.01 11/17/2021 0420100 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Ladder To Catwalk
360 141245.01 11/17/2021 0213900 X Employee Is Killed After Falling Through Elevator Shaft

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