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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 170158794 08/11/1992 0950641   1794 Employee Injured In Fall From A Fence
222 014232656 08/14/1992 0316400 X 1542 Employee Killed When Crushed By Boom
223 170695274 08/18/1992 0950645   1799 Employee'S Wrists Broken In Fall From Stepladder
224 170179923 08/24/1992 0950645   3999 Employee Has Memory Loss After Fall From Staging Platform
225 170156921 10/13/1992 0950642   1522 Employee Injured In Fall Through Unsecured Surface
226 000959585 10/19/1992 0950621   1522 Employee Injured In Fall From Roof
227 170162705 10/22/1992 0950635   1799 Employee Falls While Dismantling Scaffold
228 014558191 10/27/1992 0418500 X 8062 Employee Killed By Improperly Blocked Hydraulic Lift
229 000565937 11/25/1992 0636900 X 1795 Employee Killed When Crushed By Crane Boom
230 000894451 11/30/1992 0355114   1761 Employee Injured In Fall From Roof
231 000565077 01/28/1993 0627100 X 3441,4225,1761 Employee Killed In Fall Through Skylight
232 170158216 01/29/1993 0950641   7812 Employee Injured In Fall From Overturning Lift
233 000525899 02/03/1993 0830600 X 9711,1791,1541,1761 Employee Killed In Fall From Platform
234 014445910 03/09/1993 0627400 X 5093 Employee Killed When Tank Collapses
235 000688200 04/15/1993 0522300 X 3295 Employee Killed When Crushed By Collapsing Crane Boom
236 000953380 04/19/1993 0355112   1611 Employee Fractures Leg Against Bulldozer Frame
237 170612204 04/26/1993 0950621   1741 Employee Breaks His Back In Fall From Scaffolding
238 000845834 05/03/1993 0521100 X 5015 Employee Dies Of Suffocation When Struck By Vehicle
239 014482475 05/11/1993 0316400 X 1795 Employee Killed When Thrown 30 Feet Into Air
240 014371298 06/10/1993 0522000 X 1799 Employee Killed, One Injured In Fall From Gin Pole Derrick

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