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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 116160.01 04/23/2019 0950644 X Employee Pouring Concrete Dies From Heart Attack
2 106852.01 06/13/2018 0552651   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Exploding Truck Tire
3 101609.01 12/08/2017 0950641   Employee Is Struck By Falling Fence And Sustains A Broken An
4 99394.015 09/07/2017 0213900   Employee Sustains Burns To Lower Legs When Concrete Pours In
5 99113.015 08/30/2017 0950631   Worker Pouring Concrete Is Sickened By Heat Exhaustion
6 98730.015 08/23/2017 0317300   Worker Steps In Wet Concrete And Incurs Burns
7 102492.01 08/21/2017 0352430   Worker Is Impaled By Exposed Rebar
8 98721.015 08/11/2017 0636900   Worker Pouring Concrete Is Made Ill By Heat And Dehydration
9 97679.015 07/07/2017 0830600   Worker Adjusting Machine Has Arm Amputated
10 97127.015 07/06/2017 0418800   Worker Falls From Top Of Wall, Incurs Fractures
11 96706.015 06/27/2017 0522500   Spotter Is Struck By Buggy And Incurs Multiple Fractures
12 96444.015 06/17/2017 0355125 X Worker Pouring Concrete Dies Of Heat Stroke
13 93029.015 01/23/2017 0950612   Employee Is Struck By Concrete Pump Hose And Sustains Facia
14 79784.015 09/18/2015 0729300 X Employee Is Struck In Neck And Killed By Arm On Mixer
15 76701.015 05/07/2015 0418300   Employee Fractures Several Bones When Caught Between Cement
16 70134.015 01/22/2015 0950621   Three Workers Sustain Multiple Fractures In Bridge Collapse.
17 202692554 09/24/2013 0950624   181,7361,1541 Employee Collapses And Falls Unconscious When Pouring Cement
18 202479564 09/17/2013 0950644   1771 Worker Pouring Concrete Sustains Leg Burns
19 51066.015 08/19/2013 0830100 X Employee Dies After Solvent Ignites In An Auto Body Shop
20 201510955 06/19/2013 0950651   1622 Three Bridge Workers Are Sickened By Carbon Monoxide

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