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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
281 200054153 01/26/2012 0728900 X 5149 Employee Is Pinned Between A Truck And A Wall And Dies
282 202554481 11/25/2011 0950631   1721 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Second Story Ledge
283 201881349 11/09/2011 0253630   9224 Two Firefighters Are Injured In A Garage Fire
284 202014825 10/29/2011 0216000 X 1542 Employee Dies In Building Collapse
285 202554101 09/19/2011 0950631   1542 Plasterer Is Injured In Fall From Scaffold
286 200714228 08/22/2011 0636900 X 9999 Employee Is Killed In Structure Fire
287 202521423 07/29/2011 0950624   1761 Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall From Roof
288 200604882 07/27/2011 0625400 X 1791 One Employee Is Killed, One Is Injured In Building Collapse
289 200083947 05/12/2011 0112000 X 7349 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Eight-Story Building
290 201273133 04/27/2011 0418300 X 5136 Employee Is Killed When Tornado Strikes Plant
291 202508594 04/14/2011 0950622   1541 Employee'S Hip Crushed By Modular Building
292 202567517 04/07/2011 0420600 X 1542 Two Employees Are Killed In Building Collapse
293 201185758 04/06/2011 0950611   9221 Firefighter Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
294 202508289 04/05/2011 0950622   6513 Non-Occupational Fatality
295 202492054 03/14/2011 0950621   1542 Employee Cuts His Left Hand While Using Skill Saw
296 201773611 03/07/2011 0213900 X 4812 Employee Dies In Fall From Building
297 200813152 02/02/2011 0627510 X 2899 Employee Loading Salt Is Killed In Collapse Of Silo
298 200651800 12/28/2010 0521100 X 5984 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Truck Door And Cab
299 200359008 12/14/2010 0453710 X 1761 Employee Killed In Fall From Roof Without Fall Protection
300 201523719 12/10/2010 0111500   1623 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder To Lower Level

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