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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 119527.01 08/29/2019 0950631 X Employee In Trench Is Killed When Struck By Falling Shoring
2 118944.01 08/12/2019 0112600 X Worker Is Struck And Killed By Motor Vehicle
3 117814.01 07/09/2019 0627510 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Trucks
4 117794.01 07/08/2019 0418400 X Employee In Underground Vault Dies From Asphyxiation
5 117310.01 06/18/2019 0552651 X Employee In Excavator Dies Of Possible Heart Attack
6 115706.01 04/23/2019 0950647 X Employee Working In Trench Has Cardiac Arrest And Dies
7 111001.01 11/07/2018 0317700   Employee Fractures Vertebra When Struck In Back By Pipe
8 107976.01 08/01/2018 0627510   Employee Sustain Burns When Caught By Pipeline Explosion
9 107971.01 08/01/2018 0627510 X Employee Sustains Flash Burns When Gas Pipeline Explodes
10 106486.01 06/11/2018 0627510   Employee Is Struck By Pipeline During Decompression And Frac
11 106322.01 06/06/2018 0522500   Employee'S Hip Is Fractured When Struck By Falling Trench Bo
12 106175.01 05/17/2018 0751910   Employee'S Leg Is Broken When Struck By Clump Of Dirt
13 106087.01 05/15/2018 0522300   Employee Is Struck By Felled Tree Branch And Pelvis Is Fract
14 105124.01 04/30/2018 0653510   Employee Is Buried Waist Deep In Trench Collapse
15 105104.01 04/25/2018 0625400   Employee Is Struck By Over-Pressured Pipe And Leg Is Amputat
16 104226.01 03/23/2018 0134000   Employee'S Hand Is Crushed While Fitting Pipe
17 103936.01 03/16/2018 0316400 X Employee Is Killed In Utility Transport Vehicle Rollover
18 107417.01 03/14/2018 0950641   Employee Is Struck In Face By Water Pressure Testing Pipe En
19 104450.01 03/09/2018 0950621   Employee Falls From Ladder And Injures Back And Hip
20 103546.01 02/27/2018 0213100   Employee Off-Loading Concrete Has Leg Broken

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