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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201942406 12/19/2006 0951510   1791 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated In Rebar Spiral Bending Mac
82 200514313 12/06/2006 0552700 X 1791 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold Into Water
83 200082725 12/04/2006 0112000 X 3441 Employee Dies As A Result Of Sustaining A Heart Attack
84 201070281 10/31/2006 0950632   1791 Ironworker Falls Off Unguarded Mezzanine, Fracturing Arm
85 200374031 09/14/2006 0454510 X 1791 Iron Worker Is Killed In Fall From Structure
86 200541449 07/19/2006 0317500 X 5084 Employee Is Killed When Machine Falls Over
87 201020823 06/29/2006 0950615   1622 Ironworker Suffers Heat Stroke While Carrying Rebar
88 201183266 06/12/2006 0950611   1791 Employee Is Injured While Operating Scissor Lift
89 202353884 05/18/2006 0352430   1791 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Work Platform
90 202461687 05/02/2006 0420600 X 1791 Ironworker Is Killed In Fall From Structure
91 201954641 04/09/2006 0522000   3312 Employee Is Burned By Molten Iron Or Slag
92 202004693 03/27/2006 0317000 X 1791 Ironworker Is Killed In Fall
93 202442877 12/27/2005 0950633   1791 Employee Is Injured When Run Over By Excavator
94 201087103 11/02/2005 0950625   1791 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Extension Ladder
95 200461945 10/04/2005 0111400 X 1791 Ironworker Is Killed When Prefabricated Part Falls
96 201178563 08/19/2005 0950621   1791 Ironworker Is Injured In Fall From Steel Being Erected
97 201250131 07/08/2005 0257240 X 1791 One Employee Dies And One Is Injured In Fall
98 202340782 05/25/2005 0215000   1791 Employee Is Injured In 32-Foot Fall
99 200822849 03/03/2005 0521400   1791 Employee Lacerates Forehead In Fall To Ground
100 202440780 02/17/2005 0950633   1791 Construction Employee Falls From Beam And Fractures Arm

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