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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 200902526 12/09/2010 0418400 X 1791 Employee Is Killed In Fall To Lower Level Concrete Slab
102 93273.015 02/14/2017 0418600   Employee Falls From Cherry Picker And Fractures Face
103 79861.015 09/26/2015 0418800 X Employee Falls From Elevated Work Platform And Is Killed
104 114238.01 03/06/2019 0418800 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof
105 113085.01 12/16/2018 0418800 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
106 111804.01 12/27/2018 0418800 X Employee Injures Head In Fall From Ladder
107 000818542 07/10/1990 0418800 X 1542 Employee Killed In Fall From Metal Roof Decking
108 000818369 06/19/1989 0418800 X 1751 Employee Killed In Fall To Concrete Slab
109 200674729 02/19/2004 0418800 X 1771 Employee Killed When Crushed By Concrete Slab
110 200677201 02/19/2008 0418800 X 1771 Worker Demolishing Structure Is Killed When Wall Collapses
111 000920736 12/07/1992 0418800 X 7699 Employee Killed When Buried By Trench Collapse
112 95058.015 04/25/2017 0418800   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Multiple Fractures
113 139451.01 08/16/2021 0418800 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Marble Slabs
114 110580.01 10/29/2018 0418800 X Employee Falls From Crane Boom And Is Killed
115 108663.01 06/02/2018 0418800   Employee Is Killed When Some Stone Slabs Fell On Him
116 98900.015 09/11/2017 0419400 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By A Backhoe
117 201362761 09/15/2006 0419400 X 1771 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Boom Of Concrete Truck
118 115519.01 04/03/2019 0419700 X Employee Falls Through Skylight And Is Killed
119 96482.015 06/19/2017 0419700   Employee Passes Out And Falls Against Concrete Surface And S
120 106331.01 05/31/2018 0419700   Employee Falls From Roof And Breaks Both Ankles

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