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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 102587.01 01/15/2018 0626300 X Employee Falls And Sustains Swelling Is His Knee
2 101935.01 12/22/2017 0552652 X Employee Is Struck By Steel Coil And Later Dies From Complic
3 102593.01 12/11/2017 0352440 X One Employee Is Killed; One Employee Hospitalized When Throw
4 105514.01 11/16/2017 0950625   Employee Is Walking Past A Stack Of Wooden Pallets And Punct
5 104931.01 10/26/2017 0950643   Employee Slips And Falls From An Elevated Work Surface And S
6 100410.01 10/26/2017 0626000   Employee Loses Balance On Conveyor And Suffers Multiple Inju
7 100000.01 10/17/2017 0522500   Employee Falls From An Aerial Lift And Sustains Multiple Fra
8 100619.01 10/16/2017 0317900   Employee Sustains Minor Injuries In Fall From Lawn Mower
9 104364.01 10/14/2017 0627510   Employee'S Knee Is Lacerated When Knife Slips
10 100159.01 10/13/2017 0728500   Employee Sustains Ligament Damage To His Leg When Caught Bet
11 99799.015 10/10/2017 0213900   Employee Jumps From Ladder To Avoid Falling Pipes And Fractu
12 100093.01 10/05/2017 0953220   Employee Incurs Leg Lacerations When Angle Grinder Kicks Bac
13 99692.015 10/05/2017 0155010   Employee Is Caught In Trench Collapse And Incurs Multiple In
14 103796.01 10/03/2017 0950644   Employee Falls When Roof Collapses And Incurs Multiple Fract
15 102335.01 09/28/2017 0950631   Employee Suffers Fractured Leg And Knee When Struck By Soil
16 99529.015 09/28/2017 0830300   Employee'S Hand Is Fractured When Struck By Tire Blowout
17 99323.015 09/22/2017 0950631   Employee Falls When Scaffold Collapses And Incurs Multiple I
18 99127.015 09/15/2017 0625500   Employee Removes Hose From Oil Well And Is Doused By Hot Oil
19 102913.01 09/11/2017 0950633   Employee Was Shot By A Nail Gun In The Knee
20 99521.015 09/09/2017 0950611   Employee Falls From Fire Truck Onto Street

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