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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 132103.01 12/02/2020 1055340 X Employee Doing Oil-Spill Clean-Up Is Struck And Killed By Mo
2 137730.01 06/02/2021 1055320 X Employee Is Killed After Being Struck By Falling Steel Beam
3 120125.01 07/22/2019 1055310 X Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Dump Truck
4 129607.01 07/06/2020 1054116 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Equipment Rolls Down Mou
5 135398.01 04/18/2021 1054115 X One Employee Is Killed, One Is Injured When Work Truck Overt
6 103277.01 01/09/2018 1054115   Employee Is Struck By Van And Lacerates Leg
7 122357.01 12/05/2019 1054114 X Employee, Crushed Between Construction Vehicles, Dies
8 123408.01 01/18/2020 1054114 X Employee Is Killed When Struck, Pinned By Excavator Counterw
9 96878.015 06/06/2017 1054113 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Injured When Struck By A
10 134142.01 01/13/2021 1054112 X Employee Is Crushed By Vehicle While Changing Utility Pole
11 120442.01 06/05/2019 1054111   Employee Incurs Crushed Leg After Being Pinned By Backhoe
12 145789.01 04/26/2022 1054111 X Employee Is Killed After Falling, Run Over By Dump Truck
13 77535.015 06/16/2015 1050210 X Employee Is Killed In Trench Cave In
14 82631.015 12/14/2015 1050210 X Employee Is Stabbed By Front Loader Mast And Is Killed
15 98345.015 08/10/2017 1050210   Worker Exposed To Chemical Flash Incurs Facial Burns
16 90278.015 11/01/2016 1032500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By A Dump Trailer
17 116432.01 05/17/2019 1032500 X Employee In Skid Steer Drowns In Pond
18 130127.01 10/05/2020 1032500 X Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Earthmover
19 97932.015 08/03/2017 1032500 X Employee Is Pinned Under Rolled Over Compactor And Is Killed
20 112559.01 01/07/2019 0953220   Supervisor'S Toes Are Fractured By Falling Loader Bucket

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