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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 109808.01 09/24/2018 0950633   Employee Sustains Multiple Fractures When Caught Between Pic
2 108741.01 08/27/2018 0317000   Employee Incurs Contusions When Struck By Falling Concrete C
3 107516.01 07/16/2018 0729300   Employee Falls From Work Platform And Punctures Abdomen
4 106441.01 06/08/2018 0355112   Employee'S Arm Is Caught Between Pile And Crane And Is Crush
5 106462.01 05/31/2018 0524200   Employee Installing Beams Falls And Breaks Leg
6 103810.01 03/13/2018 0215600 X Employee'S Head Strikes Concrete Beam And Is Killed
7 102854.01 02/04/2018 0418800 X Two Employees Killed By Concrete Barrier Landing On Them.
8 102426.01 01/23/2018 0830100 X Employee Is Struck By A Concrete Beam And Is Killed
9 101414.01 12/01/2017 0626300   Employee In Scissor Lift Incurs Multiple Head Injuries
10 99092.015 09/15/2017 0352430 X Employee Is Struck By 13,000 Pound Concrete Bucket And Is Ki
11 98027.015 08/09/2017 0625400 X Employee Is Unstrapping Concrete Beams And Is Crushed
12 95581.015 05/12/2017 0627500 X Employee Catches Finger Between Construction Equipment And A
13 95583.015 05/03/2017 0830500   Employee Falls 19 Feet While Using An Improperly Installed P
14 78526.015 05/28/2015 0552652 X Worker Is Crushed And Killed By A Falling Concrete Beam
15 75991.015 03/30/2015 0316300 X Employee In An Excavator Struck And Killed By Concrete Beam.
16 75207.015 03/20/2015 0257240 X Employee Is Killed In Fall
17 73850.015 02/13/2015 0625500 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By A Large Concrete Beam Whil
18 73142.015 01/22/2015 0830500   Worker Releases Bundled Concrete Supports, Is Struck And Inj
19 55386.015 12/03/2013 0625400 X Employee Falls From Skid Steer Loader And Is Killed
20 54767.015 11/16/2013 0522000 X Employee Falls From Truck And Later Dies At Hospital

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