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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 121836.01 11/15/2019 0626000 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Cement Truck
2 122873.01 10/22/2019 0352440 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Is Injured When Boom Make
3 118800.01 08/06/2019 0728500 X Worker Is Struck By Truck By Hot Air Hose And Is Killed
4 116346.01 05/15/2019 0626300 X Employee Is Killed When Concrete Pump Truck Tips Over
5 115824.01 03/04/2019 0454510 X Employee Is Killed In Fall During Home Construction
6 113704.01 02/19/2019 0317300 X Employee Is Run Over And Crushed By Concrete Truck
7 109754.01 09/28/2018 0751910 X Employee Is Struck By Concrete Truck Boom And Is Killed
8 109319.01 09/15/2018 0950615   Employee'S Finger Is Later Amputated When Ring Is Caught On
9 109031.01 08/29/2018 1054113   Employee Sustains Multiple Rib Fractures And Bruises Lungs A
10 110540.01 08/28/2018 0454510 X Employee Is Struck By Pipe While Pumping Concrete And Is Kil
11 108469.01 07/28/2018 0524500   Employee Fractures Ribs In Fall
12 107131.01 06/25/2018 0729300   Employee Amputates Finger Tip While Using Concrete Pouring M
13 106852.01 06/13/2018 0552651   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Exploding Truck Tire
14 107348.01 05/14/2018 0352450   Employee Is Injured In Fall From Work Platform
15 105378.01 05/08/2018 0950652   Employee Catches Finger In Nip Point And Amputates Fingertip
16 104945.01 04/23/2018 0729300 X Employee Falls Into A Concrete Truck'S Hopper And Is Crushed
17 106990.01 03/22/2018 0728900   Employee Is Struck By Concrete Mixer'S Bridge And Severely L
18 103674.01 02/26/2018 0418800   Employee Sustains Hand Laceration
19 103283.01 02/20/2018 0418800 X Employee Is Run Over By Backing Concrete Truck And Is Killed
20 103278.01 02/09/2018 1054115   Employee Falls From Truck And Fractures Back

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