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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 118323.01 07/17/2019 0111400 X Employee'S Death May Be Result Of Medical Condition
2 117558.01 06/25/2019 0950644 X Employee Is Killed In Trench Collapse
3 115751.01 04/26/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Caught In Trench Collapse And Is Killed
4 110723.01 06/13/2018 0950611 X Employee Is Struck By Automobile And Killed
5 106506.01 06/11/2018 0522300   Employee Is Injured When Floor Pit'S Cover Collapses
6 106486.01 06/11/2018 0627510   Employee Is Struck By Pipeline During Decompression And Frac
7 106630.01 04/10/2018 0352420   Employee In Pump Pit Is Overwhelmed By Diesel Fuel Vapors
8 104568.01 04/06/2018 0950411 X Plumber Is Killed In Fall From Ladder While Servicing Hot Wa
9 105983.01 03/24/2018 0418100   Employee Operating Power Saw Amputates Fingertip
10 104501.01 03/24/2018 0418100   Employee Using Power Saw Amputates Fingertip
11 122982.01 02/14/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Pipe Testing P
12 102803.01 01/29/2018 0213100   Employee Falls From Ladder And Strikes Head On Concrete Slab
13 102250.01 01/04/2018 0729700   Employee Falls From Ladder And Injures Shoulder And Hip
14 104218.01 01/03/2018 0950647   Employee Falls Into Open Trench And Fractures His Leg
15 100794.01 11/13/2017 0950615   Employee Falls When Ladder Kicks Out And Incurs Internal Inj
16 102620.01 11/10/2017 0751910   Employee Is Struck By Falling Pipe And His Leg Is Fractured
17 102179.01 11/10/2017 0950644   Employee Installing Storm Drain Pipe Has Hand Crushed
18 104017.01 09/21/2017 0950644   Employee Clearing Drain Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
19 99452.015 09/20/2017 0751910   Employee Is Struck By Collapsing Trench Wall And Ribs Are Fr
20 98975.015 08/29/2017 0418800   Worker Installing Underground Pipes Incurs Heat-Related Illn

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