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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202220091 09/08/1998 0111100 X 5099 Employee'S Head Was Crushed Between Bucket And Machine
2 014273379 09/20/1989 0111100 X 1741 Employee Struck And Killed By Moving Elevator
3 59629.015 03/21/2014 0111400 X Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
4 000659771 01/23/1988 0111400 X 1742 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
5 121090.01 09/03/2019 0111400 X Employee Is Struck In Head By Elevator And Is Killed
6 014540454 03/06/1985 0111400 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
7 200460558 07/15/1999 0111400 X 5149 Employee Killed In Fall When Freight Hoist Drops Down Shaft
8 200461929 04/15/2005 0111400 X 1796 Employee Falls Into Elevator Pit And Is Killed
9 000660035 08/19/1987 0111400 X 1796 Employee Crushed Between Roof Of Elevator And Hoistway Beam
10 000657536 05/23/1986 0111400 X 3535 Employee Crushed When Lift Platform Malfunctioned
11 103306.01 09/15/2017 0111400   Employee Is Struck By Tool Cart On Elevator And Suffers Lace
12 014540595 03/09/1988 0111400   1791 Construction Employee Injured When Struck By Counterweight
13 139807.01 09/17/2021 0111400 X Employee Falls Through Floor Hole And Is Killed
14 014540587 01/20/1988 0111400 X 1796 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
15 000660530 02/03/1989 0111400 X 5411 Employee Killed When Crushed By Dumbwaiter Car
16 146032.01 01/18/2022 0111500   Employee Fractures Knee And Shoulder In Fall From Elevator
17 201523156 06/17/2008 0111500 X 3069 Employee Is Killed In Elevator Accident
18 201520228 10/24/1997 0111500   1522 Employee Injured In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
19 201523206 06/03/2008 0111500   3089 Two Employees Are Injured In Elevator Accident
20 107631.01 07/12/2018 0111700   Employee Breaks Ankle In Fall Through Elevator Shaft

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