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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 113495.01 02/08/2019 0317500 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Shed
2 111441.01 11/26/2018 0625700   Employee Sustains Electric Shock From 19 Kv Overhead Power L
3 109852.01 05/29/2018 0950644   Employee Suffers Electrical Shock While Trimming Palm Tree
4 105827.01 05/17/2018 0626000 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Roof
5 100387.01 10/20/2017 0418800 X Employee Working On Outdoor Advertising Is Killed In Fall
6 101594.01 10/06/2017 0418800 X Employee Is Maneuvering Light Pole During High Wind Storm An
7 95804.015 03/22/2017 0521700   Employee Falls 16 Feet And Bruises His Hip And Back
8 93686.015 03/05/2017 0936100 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Tree Limb
9 97729.015 02/06/2017 0950613   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Leg
10 96768.015 01/10/2017 0950615   Employee Is Pinned To Propane Tank By Fallen Tree Branch And
11 77760.015 01/20/2015 0728900   No Workers Were Injured When Improperly Erected Scaffold Col
12 69491.015 12/11/2014 1032300 X Employee Looses Footing, Falls In Water, And Drowns
13 202638052 04/12/2014 0551800 X 1751 Carpenter Falls From Top Plate And Dies From Skull Fracture
14 202719027 12/02/2013 0950612   8661 Employee Falls From Ladder Fracturing Wrists, Facial Bone
15 202718888 11/05/2013 0950633   3231 Employee Amputates Finger With Saw
16 202561775 06/30/2013 0950411 X 9224 Nineteen Employees Killed In Fire
17 202657979 05/11/2013 0950643   9512 Employee Is Hospitalized When Exposed To Coccidioides
18 201562915 04/30/2013 0854910 X 1791 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof
19 200626851 04/18/2013 0454712 X 1623 Falling Wall Kills Two Employees, Injures Third
20 43744.015 04/18/2013 0523100 X Employee Is Struck By Barge Lid Cover And Is Killed

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