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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101253.01 12/04/2017 0728500 X Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
2 101220.01 11/30/2017 0317000 X Employee Falls 62 Feet Down Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
3 102005.01 10/21/2017 0355116 X Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
4 98314.015 08/18/2017 0215000 X Employee Falls From Temporary Work Platform And Is Killed
5 98305.015 08/15/2017 0523900 X Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
6 98258.015 08/14/2017 0524200   Employee Falls Into A Freight Elevator Pit And Suffers Sever
7 99121.015 08/03/2017 0352460 X Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
8 100747.01 07/12/2017 0950411   Worker'S Finger Is Caught In Steel Gate, Fingertip Amputated
9 98008.015 06/28/2017 0317900   Employee Falls Through Elevator Shaft And Incurs Multiple Fr
10 95331.015 04/26/2017 0626300   Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft, Sustaining Fractures To
11 99919.015 04/21/2017 0418800   Worker Falls Through Elevator Shaft And Fractures Legs
12 96458.015 04/20/2017 0950643 X Employee Falls 8 Feet From Above A Guarded Elevator Shaft A
13 96168.015 04/18/2017 0830500   Employee Falls From Form Work And Fractures Left Hip And Leg
14 94408.015 03/27/2017 1054111   Employee Falls Through Elevator Shaft Landings And Is Injure
15 96500.015 03/13/2017 0134000   Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft When Ladder Slips And Is
16 93669.015 03/06/2017 0524200   Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Fractures Skull
17 88036.015 08/08/2016 0215000 X Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
18 84677.015 04/20/2016 0214200 X Worker Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
19 84481.015 04/01/2016 0215000 X Two Employees Are Killed When A Platform Collapses
20 83657.015 03/09/2016 0454712 X Employee Falls Into The Elevator Shaft And Is Killed

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