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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 116470.01 05/21/2019 0213600 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Crane Cable Contacts Power Lin
2 116418.01 05/18/2019 0215000 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Scaffold'S Hoisting Shaft
3 115837.01 04/22/2019 0355112 X Employee Is Killed When Hoist Cable Contacts Power Line
4 115703.01 04/08/2019 0420600 X Welder Is Killed When Crushed By Trailer Axle
5 115824.01 03/04/2019 0454510 X Employee Is Killed In Fall During Home Construction
6 112455.01 01/10/2019 0522500 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Precast Pieces While
7 111241.01 11/15/2018 0625700 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Pylons From Barge And Is Kill
8 110972.01 11/14/2018 0418800 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Hoist
9 111777.01 10/10/2018 0355111   Employee Is Struck On Foot By Falling Steel
10 110162.01 09/21/2018 0552652   Employee Amputates Seven Toes When Struck By Falling Steel B
11 108454.01 08/15/2018 0213100   Employee Sustains Multiple Injuries From Collapsing Scaffold
12 113501.01 08/06/2018 0950644   Employee Sustains Leg Fracture When Crushed By Steel Plate
13 108533.01 07/30/2018 0950647   Employee'S Toe Is Amputated When Foot Is Crushed By Car Hois
14 108432.01 06/22/2018 0352430   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Cart And
15 106502.01 06/08/2018 0418300   Employee Fractures Foot While Changing Forklift Battery
16 109912.01 05/29/2018 0950643   Employee Is Struck In The Head By Suspended Engine
17 105974.01 05/23/2018 0453730 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From High-Rise Building
18 106192.01 05/21/2018 0751910   Employee Crushes Thumb While Loading Frame Fixture And Amput
19 105431.01 05/09/2018 0418800 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Mast
20 104974.01 04/23/2018 0524200   Employee Sustains Fractures And Dislocated Bones When Struck

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