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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 118396.01 07/29/2019 0214500 X Construction Contractor Is Killed In Fall From Plank
2 118920.01 07/25/2019 0854910 X Employee Falls From Ladder And Later Dies
3 118493.01 07/24/2019 0418200 X Two Employees Are Electrocuted When Ladder Touches Power Lin
4 117812.01 07/05/2019 0950632 X Employee Falls From Scaffold And Later Dies
5 117432.01 06/20/2019 0524530 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Stair Landing
6 117577.01 06/15/2019 1054191 X Employee Dies Of Cardiac Arrest, Possible Carbon Monoxide Po
7 112678.01 10/01/2018 0352460 X Employee Is Struck By Motor Vehicle And Is Killed
8 108572.01 08/24/2018 0524530 X Employee Is Struck By Dumpster As It Falls From Hydraulic Li
9 108500.01 08/22/2018 0522000   Employee Suffers Skin Reaction And Is Monitored For Anaphyla
10 108544.01 08/14/2018 0627100   Employee Fractures Pelvis When Caught By Rolling Pipe
11 107497.01 07/19/2018 0316700 X Five Employees Hospitalized, Two Killed, When Empty Drum Of
12 107170.01 07/02/2018 0418800 X Worker Is Killed In Fall While Pressure Washing Roof
13 109289.01 06/29/2018 0418200   Employee Sustains Fractures In Fall From Elevated Man Lift
14 107186.01 06/21/2018 0830600   Employee Is Exposed To Chemical Fumes
15 106695.01 06/21/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When His Head Is Caught Between Aerial Li
16 105858.01 05/19/2018 0626700   Six Employees Are Burned In Flash Fire
17 105778.01 05/09/2018 0215800   Employee Falls From Truck Scaffold And Breaks Ribs, Cuts Chi
18 105129.01 04/26/2018 0317900   Employee Is Torching Forms And Suffers Second And Third Degr
19 105811.01 04/26/2018 0950623   Employee Trying To Prevent Fall Incurs Shock, Other Injuries
20 105092.01 04/23/2018 0830600   Employee Incurs Seizure, Falls From Ladder, And Is Paralyzed

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