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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 121862.01 07/26/2019 0950411 X Employee Dies From Heat Exhaustion
2 115352.01 10/23/2018 0950615   Operator'S Legs Are Fractured In Equipment
3 105987.01 11/30/2017 0950647   Pipe Falls Onto Irrigation Worker'S Thumb And Is Injured
4 100117.01 06/22/2017 0552651   Employee Strains Shoulders In Trench Cave-In And Did Not See
5 96817.015 06/19/2017 0418400 X Employee Falls From Irrigation Unit And Dies From Injuries
6 93893.015 03/07/2017 0950612   Employee Struck By Pipe And Is Injures
7 202458584 07/24/2013 0950647   721 Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Pipe
8 48006.015 07/10/2013 0522300 X Employee Contacts Energized Electrical Wire And Is Electrocu
9 201497948 07/05/2013 0950625 X 174 Employee Inspecting Irrigation Lines Falls Unconscious, Dies
10 201497690 11/29/2012 0950625   721 Employee Fractures Hand When Cought Between Pipe Sections
11 202653598 09/01/2012 0950612   761 Farm Worker Fractures Leg While Installing Irrigation Pipe
12 200375897 04/05/2012 0454510 X 722 Two Employees Receive Electric Shock, One Is Electrocuted
13 201496411 03/09/2012 0950625   7363 Employee Injures Knee While Installing Irrigation Pipe
14 200841989 03/03/2011 0524530 X 115 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Raised Pipe
15 201345188 10/06/2009 0729700 X 3084 Worker Making Irrigation Pipe Is Killed By Pressurized Plug
16 202468195 08/21/2009 0950643   1799 Worker Injures Back In Fall Into Trench
17 201493012 08/11/2009 0950625   761 Employee'S Finger Is Pinched By Pipe, Later Amputated
18 202488441 10/31/2008 0950621   134 Employee Fell Off Trailer And Was Run Over
19 202563052 10/09/2008 0950612   171 Employee Receives Shock When Pipe Contacts Power Line
20 202465399 06/14/2007 0950643   752 Employee Receives Shock From -Voltage Lines While Installing

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