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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 201610482 06/15/1998 1054118   3711 Employee'S Arm Caught Between Truck Axle And Pit Wall
202 170132419 06/06/1998 1054118   3533 Employee Injured In Fall Into Confined Space Pit
203 201081114 05/19/1998 0950625   8731 Employee Injured In Fall Into Pit
204 200810430 05/04/1998 0627400 X 1389 Employee Drowns When Wall Of Reserve Pit Collapses
205 170616932 03/20/1998 0950625   5085 Employee'S Back Burned When Splashed By Hot Water
206 200460202 03/11/1998 0111400 X 1629 Employee Killed When Struck By Wooden Pile
207 170100879 02/03/1998 1055320   1629 Employee Paralyzed In Fall Into Garbage Pit
208 170707582 01/10/1998 0953210   1711 Employee Injured When Scissor Lift Slips Into Pit
209 000951830 12/06/1997 0355114 X 241 Employee Killed When Tractor Falls Into Manure Pit
210 170080329 12/05/1997 0625700 X 2061 Employee Drowns In Water Pit
211 200840288 10/31/1997 0524530 X 3312 Employee Burned In Flash Fire, Later Dies
212 000896365 06/13/1997 0355118 X 9199 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Manhole
213 170167084 03/13/1997 0950631   7996 Employee'S Leg Broken In Fall Into Pit
214 201030558 03/12/1997 0950635   1742 Employee Injured In Fall Into Elevator Shaft
215 170888697 01/29/1997 0950615   1623 Employee Suffers Concussion When Struck By Rigging Plate
216 170632541 01/22/1997 0950644 X 1795 One Killed, One Hurt From Carbon Monoxide In Confined Space
217 200780344 01/18/1997 0626300 X 1711 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia From Inhalation Of Argon Gas
218 201790144 11/26/1996 0950612   3795 Employee Injured In Fall Into Surface Access Pit
219 170127088 11/15/1996 0751910 X 8741 Employee Killed In 16 Ft Fall Into Foundation Pit
220 202074050 06/21/1996 0453730   3312 Employee Burned By Molten Slag And Steam In Explosion

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