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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 147562.01 06/30/2022 0627100 X Employee Is Killed From Head Injury In Fall From Bin Roof
202 82378.015 01/15/2016 0627100 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scissor Lift
203 000568717 11/12/1994 0627100 X 1541 Employee Dies After Fall To Concrete
204 140696.01 10/30/2021 0627100 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Front End Loader
205 131774.01 12/10/2020 0626700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall During Construction Clean Up
206 116126.01 05/06/2019 0626700   Employee Caught Hand Between Slab And Object, Crushes Hand
207 51726.015 08/29/2013 0626700 X Employee Falls Through Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
208 98186.015 07/05/2017 0626700   Employee Falls Through Roof And Suffers Multiple Fractures
209 96126.015 05/03/2017 0626700 X Employee Falls From Scaffold And Is Killed
210 112779.01 12/21/2018 0626700 X Employee Collapses And Fractures Skull Against Pavement And
211 97405.015 07/20/2017 0626700 X Employee Falls From Roof And Is Killed
212 99001.015 08/19/2017 0626700 X Employee Falls From Scaffold And Suffers Concussion
213 98772.015 08/30/2017 0626700 X Employee Falls From Scaffold And Is Killed From Head Injury
214 119754.01 09/10/2019 0626600 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Building
215 101954.01 12/28/2017 0626600 X Employee Falls From Rack And Strikes Head On Cement Floor An
216 145299.01 04/07/2022 0626600 X Employee Dies After Falling From Deck
217 76420.015 04/29/2015 0626600 X Employee Falls From Roof And Is Killed
218 110028.01 10/08/2018 0626300 X One Employee Killed; One Employee Hospitalized In A Building
219 200780583 12/30/1998 0626300 X 1771 Employee Killed In Fall Onto Operating Concrete Saw
220 95331.015 04/26/2017 0626300   Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft, Sustaining Fractures To

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