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Keyword: building collapseAllAll03/29/2018 to 03/29/2023AllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 146977.01 06/08/2022 0523900 X Employee Is Killed, Crushed When Mobile Home Collapses
2 146990.01 06/04/2022 0111100 X Employee Is Killed, Breaks Neck When Garage Structural Suppo
3 145903.01 04/29/2022 0552651 X Two Employees Are Killed By Asphyxiation When Trench Collaps
4 145608.01 04/20/2022 0523300 X Employee Dies When Struck By Wall Caught By Wind Gust
5 143085.01 01/24/2022 0352430 X Three Fire Fighters Are Killed, Three Are Injured During Bui
6 141918.01 12/13/2021 0419700 X Employee Is Killed From Structural Collapse
7 142064.01 12/10/2021 0452110 X Employee Is Killed After Building Collapses During Tornado
8 142063.01 12/10/2021 0452110 X Six Employees Are Killed, Building Collapses During Tornado
9 142062.01 12/10/2021 0452110 X Employee Is Killed When Building Collapses Due To Tornado
10 141824.01 12/10/2021 0524530 X Six Employees Are Killed During Tornado
11 141803.01 12/03/2021 0551701 X Employee Is Killed When Trapped In Home During Fire Fighting
12 142566.01 09/19/2021 0316700 X Employee Is Killed In Mobile Scaffold Collapse
13 137853.01 07/15/2021 0454510 X Employee Is Killed From Head Injury After Fall Through Roof
14 147324.01 07/13/2021 0950641 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Beam
15 135503.01 04/28/2021 0316400 X Employee Is Killed In Collapse Of Coal Silo
16 134306.01 03/23/2021 0253690 X Employee Is Killed In Building Fire And Collapse
17 133568.01 02/23/2021 0626000 X Employee Is Killed By Asphyxia When Tunnel Collapses
18 134276.01 12/09/2020 0522000 X Employee Is Killed During Demolition Of Former Generating St
19 129091.01 08/30/2020 0355112 X Two Employees Fall And Are Killed When Structure Collapses
20 128898.01 08/15/2020 0751910   Employee Lacerates Arm In Fall After Metal Grate Collapses

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