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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 202447918 04/11/2008 0950633 X 783 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Dump Truck
182 115732.01 11/08/2018 0950633   Employee Amputates Finger While Working On Dump Truck
183 201151248 03/17/1998 0950633 X 1611 Employee Killed When Crushed By Truck
184 73262.015 02/12/2015 0950633 X Employee Is Pinned And Killed By Tailgate On Dump Truck
185 201158540 04/15/2004 0950633   3714 Worker Suffers Crushing Injury To Back
186 97388.015 01/23/2017 0950633   Employee Is Crushed By Dumpster Door And Is Injured
187 300863719 09/10/2003 0950633   9511 Employee Run Over By Refuse Truck And Injured
188 201154994 05/14/2001 0950633   1794 Bed Falls Employee'S Foot And Causes Amptuation And Fracture
189 202449542 12/10/2008 0950633 X 4953 Employee Is Killed While Repairing Truck
190 202443495 08/28/2006 0950633 X 1771 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Loader And Truck
191 170732598 02/28/1994 0950633   1794 Employee Injured By Falling Dump Truck Tailgate
192 202439774 08/22/2004 0950633 X 1794 Employee Struck By Dump Truck Backing Up
193 202444683 08/21/2006 0950633 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Dump Truck
194 202655437 07/10/2012 0950633   9199 Black Widow Spider Bites Dump Truck Driver
195 201060506 03/24/1997 0950632 X 4212 Employee Killed In Fall From Dump Truck Onto Concrete Floor
196 201067097 09/26/2003 0950632 X 272 Employee'S Neck Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
197 170159214 09/07/1990 0950632 X 1611 Employee Killed When Backed Over By Truck
198 170359392 12/06/1993 0950632 X 3713 Employee Killed By Falling Dump Truck
199 98386.015 03/21/2017 0950632   Employee Trying To Start Motor Incurs Finger Amputation
200 100639.01 04/27/2017 0950632   Worker Struck By Falling Debris, Ankle Fractured

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