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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 121054.01 10/16/2019 0830600 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Passing Motor Vehicle
2 119567.01 07/19/2019 0352460 X Employee Strikes Head In Fall, Later Dies
3 116713.01 05/27/2019 0317300 X Employee Strikes Head Against Asphalt When Knocked Down And
4 117696.01 04/17/2019 0419700 X Employee Is Crushed By Backing Up Dump Truck
5 110816.01 11/07/2018 0728900 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed In Asphalt Slat Conveyor Chu
6 109332.01 09/19/2018 0418400 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Trailer
7 109106.01 09/11/2018 0627510   Employee Burns Face When Falling While Holding Buckets Of Ho
8 109384.01 08/30/2018 0352440   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns When Sprayed In The Fa
9 109237.01 08/23/2018 0950614   Employee Is Injured After Tripping On Crack In The Asphalt
10 107834.01 07/26/2018 0215800   Employee Burns Hands And Legs During Hot Asphalt Paving Oper
11 107537.01 07/19/2018 0134000 X Employee Sustains Broken Leg And Head Trauma Falling From La
12 107770.01 07/19/2018 0627100   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns When Splashed By Asphalt
13 107168.01 06/28/2018 0950615   Employee Burns Hands And Face When Splashed By Hot Tar
14 106654.01 06/15/2018 0317300   Employee Fractures Wrist And Tailbone In Fall From Roof
15 106632.01 06/04/2018 0418800   Employee Sustains Burns While Performing Roof Work
16 107182.01 06/01/2018 0953210   Employee Falls Through Shutter Board On Hot Asphalt Trailer
17 105828.01 05/23/2018 0552651 X Employee Is Killed When Backed Over By Loaded Asphalt Dump T
18 106042.01 05/22/2018 0950631   Employee Sustains Burns While Filling Truck With Asphalt Sea
19 105815.01 05/18/2018 0950612   Employee Falls With Rolling Scaffold And Breaks Arm And Wris
20 106378.01 05/11/2018 0316700   Employee Suffers Multiple Fractures In Fall From Boom Truck

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