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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202540290 04/04/2009 0950641 X 7542 Employee Collapses, Hits Head, Is Killed
42 202478210 02/25/2012 0950636   2512 Warehouseman Suffers Multiple Fractures In Fall
43 106742.01 06/22/2018 0950635 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Hole In Roof
44 110466.01 10/26/2018 0950635 X Employee Is Crushed By Falling Stone Slab, Later Dies
45 122944.01 07/01/2019 0950635 X Employee Is Found Dead By Coworkers
46 110085.01 05/17/2018 0950635   Employee Falls From Box Truck While Driving Forklift And Is
47 201035227 05/22/2003 0950635 X 4491 Employee Injured While Removing Basket Full Of Cement Debris
48 202655213 07/19/2012 0950633   1522 Employee Is Injured When Catwalk Collapses
49 107909.01 07/27/2018 0950633 X Employee Hits Head In Fall From Truck; Later Dies
50 107831.01 07/28/2018 0950633 X Employee Hits Head In Fall From Ladder; Later Dies
51 170605984 11/08/1993 0950633   1761 Employee Injured In Fall Through Roof To Concrete Slab
52 202440749 03/16/2005 0950633 X 782 Employee Dies From Injury Sustained While Working In Trench
53 201076692 02/18/2011 0950632   7999 Employee Sustains Injuries In Fall From Platform
54 201075199 03/29/2010 0950632   7363 Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Concrete
55 201072980 09/23/2008 0950632   1795 Employee Is Struck By Falling Concrete, Suffers Injuries
56 126008770 08/12/1999 0950632 X 1791 Employee Killed When Struck By Post-Tensioning Device
57 114868.01 09/05/2018 0950632   Employee'S Neck And Back Are Fractured When Struck By Fallin
58 76007.015 04/17/2015 0950632 X Employee Falls From Mezzanine And Is Killed
59 104612.01 01/05/2018 0950632   Employee'S Hand Is Entangled In Drill And Fingertips Are Cut
60 118231.01 07/01/2019 0950632   Employee Falls During Seizure And Lacerates Face

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