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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 126380.01 05/22/2020 0420600 X Truck Driver Is Struck And Killed By Tractor Trailer
2 126401.01 05/19/2020 0626600 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Loading Dock
3 127109.01 05/14/2020 1054112 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Backing Trailer
4 120317.01 09/23/2019 0950633 X Employee Falls From Tractor Trailer And Dies
5 120212.01 09/23/2019 0522300 X Employee Strikes Head Against Ground During Fall From Loadin
6 120139.01 09/17/2019 0522000 X Employee Fractures Vertebra After Striking Head Against The
7 119696.01 09/07/2019 0524500 X Employee Is Pinned Between Loading Dock And Semi-Trailer And
8 119681.01 08/23/2019 0626000 X Employee Strikes Head Against Ground When Falling From Loadi
9 119556.01 08/20/2019 0214200 X Employee Is Ejected From Forklift Cab As It Falls From Loadi
10 118421.01 07/30/2019 0523400 X Employee Is Caught By Loading Dock Leveler And Is Crushed
11 118435.01 07/29/2019 0626700 X Employee Is Caught Between The Dock And Truck And Is Crushed
12 117351.01 06/24/2019 0524200 X Employee Falls From Loading Dock And Is Killed
13 117361.01 06/18/2019 1054116 X Employee Is Crushed By Trailer At Loading Dock
14 117005.01 06/10/2019 0352450 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Backing Trailer Truck
15 116878.01 05/31/2019 0552652 X Employee Drowns After Falling From Boat
16 119553.01 05/17/2019 0215000 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Truck And Dock
17 115474.01 04/13/2019 0419700   Employee'S Ankle, Fractured In Fall, Is Later Amputated
18 115441.01 04/11/2019 0751910   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries When Forklift Falls From D
19 114696.01 03/18/2019 0950612   Employee Suffers Broken Pelvis And Back After Pallet Jack Co
20 114800.01 03/09/2019 0830600   Employee Falls From Loading Dock And Sustains Lacerations To

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