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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 123762.01 01/28/2020 0728500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Concrete Blocks
2 121902.01 11/20/2019 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Forklift And Blocks
3 119321.01 08/27/2019 0216000 X Employee Is Crushed When Overloaded Floor Collapses
4 116899.01 06/05/2019 0950632 X Employee Dies After Falling From Scaffold
5 114613.01 03/15/2019 0418800   Employee Installing Fascia Falls, Sustains Multiple Fracture
6 114519.01 03/15/2019 0627500   Employee Crushes Foot When Caught Between Two Concrete Barri
7 113988.01 02/27/2019 0420600 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Forklift
8 112036.01 12/07/2018 0951510   Employee Fractures Skull When Head Is Struck, Pinned By Fall
9 110918.01 11/07/2018 0418800   Employee, Struck By Falling Building Block, Falls And Incurs
10 111159.01 11/06/2018 0352440   Employee Is Partially Buried Under Section Of Wall Knocked O
11 113197.01 09/04/2018 0950641   Employee Incurs Contusions/Abrasions From Falling Wall
12 105836.01 05/16/2018 0729700   Employee Lands On Flower Bed When Falling From Roof And Is H
13 106172.01 05/16/2018 0751910   Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
14 105421.01 05/07/2018 0751910 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Fork Truck Platform
15 105780.01 04/27/2018 0352410   Employee'S Chest Is Lacerated When Concrete Saw Kicks Back
16 103995.01 03/14/2018 0830500   Employee Falls From Scaffold And Breaks Pelvis
17 103452.01 02/09/2018 0418100   Employee Injures Leg And Ankle When Struck By Falling Concre
18 101827.01 12/28/2017 0111700 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Forklift Attachment In The Hea
19 101746.01 12/21/2017 0352440   Foreman Operating Excavator Is Injured In Roll-Over
20 102295.01 12/14/2017 0522000   Employee'S Foot Is Caught Between Concrete Block And Skid St

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