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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 200536506 03/14/2014 0751910 X 1623 Worker Is Killed When Struck By Metal Boring Rods
2 201187218 03/12/2014 0950611   1771 Worker'S Legs Are Fractured When Struck By Falling Beam
3 202082517 03/03/2014 0453730   1711 Worker Is Engulfed When Excavation Wall Collapses
4 200376671 11/10/2013 0454510 X 1794 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Vehicle
5 201045077 09/26/2013 0953220   1794 Employee Falls Into Manhole, Fractures Spine
6 202720694 09/26/2013 0352430 X 1521 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Vehicle And House
7 202675872 09/24/2013 0950621   4613 Employee Suffers Fracture When Caught Between Tank And Hatch
8 202510079 09/20/2013 0950622 X 1799 Surveyor'S Helper Is Run Over By Scraper And Killed
9 201210309 09/06/2013 0257210 X 5093 Worker Is Crushed While Operating Excavator
10 202615050 09/04/2013 1054111   9131 Circular Saw Kicks Back And Lacerates Workers Throat
11 202685962 08/22/2013 0352410   1623 Worker'S Leg Needs Amputation When Run Over By Excavator
12 201510989 08/22/2013 0950651   1622 Pipeline Worker Is Struck And Injured By Falling Cement
13 200923621 08/20/2013 0355114 X 1795 Demolition Worker Is Killed In Trench Collapse
14 202716692 08/19/2013 0352410 X 1751 Carpenter Is Killed In Excavation Collapse
15 200515872 08/14/2013 0552700 X 1623 One Excavation Worker Is Killed And One Is Injured In Fall
16 202691721 07/19/2013 0950624   1611 Worker Performing Excavation Work Sustains Finger Amputation
17 202637278 07/15/2013 0551800 X 1629 Worker Collapses And Dies From Heart Attack
18 202545380 07/12/2013 0950641 X 1711 Employee Is Electrocuted By Faulty Cord On Chipping Gun
19 202422416 07/08/2013 0950652   1794 Employee Catches Finger Between Pole Rail, Later Amputated
20 202422382 07/01/2013 0950652   1622 Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Steel Frame

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