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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 014195192 04/21/1986 0352440 X 1629 Employee Falls Resulting In Fractured Hip
62 202607990 03/24/2010 0352450   1751 Employee Falls From Elevation And Is Injured
63 108899.01 08/16/2018 0352450   Employee Receives Thumb Avulsion When Glove Is Caught In Dri
64 111525.01 11/01/2018 0352460   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Three Fingers
65 111847.01 11/20/2018 0355111   Employee Falls From Ladder, Strikes Head Against Concrete Gr
66 104355.01 03/01/2018 0355111   Employee Falls From Truck And Lands On Concrete Floor, Fract
67 109105.01 07/19/2018 0355111   Employee Sustains Multiple Injuries In Fall Through Ceiling
68 105666.01 05/16/2018 0355112   Employee Falls From Ladder And Is Hospitalized With Multiple
69 109162.01 08/22/2018 0355112 X Employee Loses Balance On Step Stool And Falls, Is Killed
70 98194.015 08/14/2017 0355112 X Employee Falls From Elevated Work Platform And Is Killed
71 200923639 09/17/2013 0355114 X 1791 Worker Is Killed In Fall From Deck
72 200922870 01/31/2012 0355114 X 4151 Employee Trips And Falls On A Concrete Slab
73 99276.015 08/18/2017 0355114 X Employee Falls From Ladder And Is Killed
74 148017.01 06/23/2022 0355116 X Employee Assisting Mason Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
75 109166.01 06/26/2018 0355118   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall From Forklift
76 000954362 11/20/1995 0355118 X 1711 Employee Killed When Crushed By Concrete Slab
77 000608992 01/17/1995 0418100   1751,1771 Employees Crushed Between Collapsing Balcony Floors
78 113739.01 02/15/2019 0418100   Employee Fractures Two Ribs And Sustains Mild Concussion In
79 97559.015 07/20/2017 0418100 X Employee Falls Unconscious And Later Dies
80 113337.01 01/28/2019 0418100   Employee Falls On Slippery Concrete And Breaks Leg

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