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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 200923639 09/17/2013 0355114 X 1791 Worker Is Killed In Fall From Deck
2 201562949 09/09/2013 0854910 X 5311 Employee Strikes His Head During A Fall From Ladder
3 202658076 06/05/2013 0950643   1411 Employee Has Foot Fractured By A Granite Slab
4 202523338 01/29/2013 0950624 X 1799 Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Concrete Slab Falls
5 202544904 01/08/2013 0950641   1791 Worker Falls From Stepladder And Fractures Pelvis
6 202523130 10/05/2012 0950624   1771 Employee Get Multiple Fractures From Spinning Pans
7 201129319 08/03/2012 0950613   1793 Employee Fractures Clavicle In Fall Onto Concrete
8 202655213 07/19/2012 0950633   1522 Employee Is Injured When Catwalk Collapses
9 202554960 07/16/2012 0950631   1761 Employee Falls Through Opening In Roof And Breaks Hip
10 202656518 05/30/2012 0950643   1771 Employee Suffers Severe Cut When Hand Is Pulled Into Grinder
11 200785491 03/28/2012 0626300 X 1799 One Employee Dies, Second Is Injured When Struck By Truck
12 201354321 03/23/2012 0419700 X 1796 Employee Falls From Scalfold, Later Dies
13 202478210 02/25/2012 0950636   2512 Warehouseman Suffers Multiple Fractures In Fall
14 200626513 02/23/2012 0454716 X 1795 Employee Is Killed When Earthen Wall Collapses
15 200902708 02/19/2012 0418400 X 5093 Employee Dies After Striking Head On Floor
16 200922870 01/31/2012 0355114 X 4151 Employee Trips And Falls On A Concrete Slab
17 202081295 01/16/2012 0453730 X 1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight, Later Dies
18 202494340 11/08/2011 0215000 X 1522 One Employee Is Killed And Four Injured When Floor Collapses
19 200074730 06/27/2011 0453720   1731 Employee Sustains Multiple Fractures In Fall
20 202005526 06/23/2011 0317000 X 1771 Employee Dies Form Hypertensive Cardiovascular Disease

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