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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 120168.01 09/24/2019 0317500 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Truck And Skid Steer
2 118824.01 08/09/2019 0953220 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Hole In Floor
3 116647.01 05/29/2019 0626300 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Construction Vehicle
4 115044.01 04/03/2019 0336000 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Backing Tractor
5 111647.01 06/11/2018 0950633   Employee Punctures Eye With Screwdriver And Is Hospitalized
6 105828.01 05/23/2018 0552651 X Employee Is Killed When Backed Over By Loaded Asphalt Dump T
7 105922.01 05/23/2018 0625500 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Skid Steer
8 104983.01 04/20/2018 0521700   Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Backing Skid Steer Lo
9 103827.01 03/08/2018 0257210 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Backing Garbage Truck
10 104434.01 01/26/2018 0522000   Employee Is Struck By Forklift Resulting Broken Leg
11 101467.01 12/04/2017 0216000   Employee'S Legs Are Injured By Backing Dump Truck
12 102999.01 11/01/2017 0522500   Employee'S Leg Is Injured When Struck By Backing Bulldozer
13 100150.01 10/18/2017 0454510 X Worker Struck And Killed By Skid Steer Backing Up
14 99669.015 10/05/2017 0214200 X Employee Is Struck By Garbage Truck And Is Killed
15 99538.015 09/26/2017 0522300   Employee Falls Through Light Opening And Fractures Lower Bac
16 99193.015 08/10/2017 0155010   Worker Is Struck By Dump Truck Backing Up And Knee Is Fractu
17 96846.015 06/06/2017 0316100   Employee Loses Leg After Being Run Over By Backhoe
18 96271.015 06/01/2017 0419700   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Backing Forklift
19 95969.015 05/30/2017 0352430 X Employee Is Struck And Killed When By Truck Backs Over Him
20 99922.015 05/26/2017 0950632   Employee Falls From Truck During Loading And Sustains Multip

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