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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 130899.01 11/03/2020 0625400 X Employee In Excavation Is Struck By Falling Backhoe And Kill
2 113835.01 02/15/2019 0418800   Employee'S Jaw Is Fractured When Struck By Drainage Pipe
3 113247.01 01/23/2019 0951510   Employee Falls Into Drainage Canal And Fractures Hip
4 110086.01 10/05/2018 0626700   Employee Is Struck By Concrete Pipe, Fractures Pelvis
5 109487.01 09/20/2018 0418400   Employee Positioning Pipe Is Struck And Incurs Contusion And
6 109294.01 09/17/2018 0751910   Employee Receives Shoulder Laceration When Saw Kicks Back Wh
7 108784.01 08/23/2018 0418300   Employee Receives Pelvis Fracture And Ruptured Bladder When
8 107177.01 07/10/2018 0419700   Employee Receives Laceration Injury To Throat From Concrete
9 107145.01 07/03/2018 0552651   Employee Lacerates Neck When Concrete Saw Kicks Back
10 105928.01 03/19/2018 0950614   Employee Moving Pipe Has Foot Run Over And Ankle Broken
11 102179.01 11/10/2017 0950644   Employee Installing Storm Drain Pipe Has Hand Crushed
12 102070.01 10/10/2017 0257220   Employee Was Hit In The Face By A Metal Segment And Suffers
13 97473.015 07/21/2017 0317000   Employee Is Injured When Power Saw Kicks Back
14 95667.015 04/07/2017 0950621   Employee Handling Concrete Precast Amputates Finger
15 98633.015 03/16/2017 0950633   Employee Is Struck By Falling Concrete Pipe And Suffers A Br
16 93290.015 02/15/2017 0418800   Employee'S Hand Comes Into Contact With Excavator, Losing A
17 81193.015 11/18/2015 0625400 X Employee Is Struck By Detached Excavator Bucket And Is Kille
18 201077864 02/14/2012 0950632   5012 Employee Suffers Fracture In Golf Cart Accident
19 202477055 12/14/2010 0950636   1623 Employee Is Injuried When Burned In Underground Fire
20 202552428 11/30/2010 0950631   1623 Employee Is Injured Try To Avoid Falling Materials

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