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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 104052.01 11/30/2017 0625400   Employee'S Feet Are Struck And Crushed By Concrete Barrier
242 144135.01 11/01/2021 0625400   Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Falling Slab
243 55386.015 12/03/2013 0625400 X Employee Falls From Skid Steer Loader And Is Killed
244 151545.01 06/20/2022 0625400 X Employee Installing Sheet Metal Is Killed In Fall From Roof
245 92985.015 02/08/2017 0625500 X Employee Falls Through Skylight And Is Killed
246 301993481 12/03/1998 0625700   3291 Employee Pinned Under Slab
247 76645.015 04/27/2015 0625700 X Employee Falls From Building Window And Is Killed
248 113947.01 02/25/2019 0625700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall
249 45947.015 06/05/2013 0625700 X Employee Falls Through Collapsed Roofing And Is Killed
250 68767.015 10/13/2014 0625700 X Employee Falls And Strikes Head On Floor And Is Killed
251 70036.015 01/16/2015 0625700 X Employee Injures Head And Is Killed When Jumping On Top Of S
252 000561530 11/08/1993 0626000 X 3272 Employee Dies When Strikes Head And Falls Backward
253 82381.015 01/19/2016 0626000 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
254 120347.01 05/24/2019 0626000   Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Falling Stone Slabs
255 53367.015 08/08/2013 0626000 X Employee Falls From Roof And Is Killed
256 144220.01 02/22/2022 0626000   Employee'S Legs Are Fractured When Runover By Concrete Mixer
257 118390.01 07/23/2019 0626300   Employee Amputates All Toes When Struck By Falling Granite S
258 110028.01 10/08/2018 0626300 X One Employee Killed; One Employee Hospitalized In A Building
259 200780583 12/30/1998 0626300 X 1771 Employee Killed In Fall Onto Operating Concrete Saw
260 200785491 03/28/2012 0626300 X 1799 One Employee Dies, Second Is Injured When Struck By Truck

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