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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 201350329 10/05/1997 0419700 X 1541 Employee Fell From Roof And Died
122 96482.015 06/19/2017 0419700   Employee Passes Out And Falls Against Concrete Surface And S
123 132085.01 12/30/2020 0419700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall During Home Building
124 014337190 01/24/1988 0419700 X 1541 1 Construction Worker Killed, 1 Injured When Struck By Slab
125 106331.01 05/31/2018 0419700   Employee Falls From Roof And Breaks Both Ankles
126 115519.01 04/03/2019 0419700 X Employee Falls Through Skylight And Is Killed
127 123008.01 07/11/2019 0419700   Employee Is Caught Between Quartz Slab And Conveyer Transpor
128 69887.015 01/04/2015 0419700 X Employee Dies From Head Injuries In Skateboarding Incident
129 76757.015 05/14/2015 0419700 X Employee Is Crushed By Concrete Panel As It Falls From Trail
130 98937.015 05/22/2017 0420300   Employee Falls From Lift And Suffers Head Injuries
131 77858.015 07/06/2015 0420300 X Employee Is Killed From Head Injuries After Falling Through
132 104734.01 03/14/2018 0420300   Employee Falls 6 Feet And Suffers Head Injuries
133 202345427 08/08/2005 0420600 X 1771 Employee Is Killed When Concrete Falls On Him
134 000601096 03/11/1997 0420600 X 1761 Employee Dies From Falling From Roof
135 42442.015 03/17/2013 0420600 X Employee Falls From Scaffold And Later Dies
136 114076.01 02/21/2019 0420600 X Employee Falls From Roof And Is Killed
137 113407.01 08/15/2018 0420600   Employee Falls Through Skylight And Fractures Skull
138 120356.01 10/01/2019 0420600 X Employee Is Killed In Fall While Pressure Washing Tractor Tr
139 75480.015 04/03/2015 0420600 X Employee Falls Down Ventilation Shaft And Is Killed
140 98101.015 08/12/2017 0420600 X Employee Falls Through Roof Opening While Installing Roof Tr

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