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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 73831.015 01/16/2015 0729700   Worker Is Struck When Removing Trench Boxes And Is Injured B
2 201078961 04/20/2013 0950632   1542 Employee Falls From An A-Frame Ladder, Sustains Lacerations
3 201129145 06/04/2012 0950613   5331 Employee Sustains Back Injury When Ladder Slips And Falls
4 202522264 11/10/2011 0950624   173 Employee Sustains Laceration To Arm When Jacket Is Caught
5 201639663 10/21/2010 1054112   5989 Logger Injured When Clothes Became Entangled In Spreader
6 200212652 10/25/2009 0626000 X 4491 Employee Is Struck By Cargo Sling Chain, Later Dies
7 200997658 06/10/2009 0551800 X 1794 Employee Is Killed When Struck In Head By Excavator
8 201622685 04/30/2009 1054116   6211 Employee'S Gloved Hand Is Caught By Glued Spreader Rolls
9 200604155 02/20/2009 0625410 X 1623 Worker Strikes Head On Spreader Bar In Trench And Dies
10 201353794 02/19/2009 0419700 X 4491 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Spreader Bar
11 201693090 07/29/2008 0950662   4212 Truck Driver Struck By Spreader Bar On High-Lift Truck
12 202079422 04/15/2008 0453730   5032 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Mobile Crane
13 202088571 04/02/2008 0524700   3446 Employee'S Leg Is Crushed While Unloading Steel Bundles
14 200103364 01/31/2008 0522300   3316 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Boom
15 201924347 10/16/2007 0626700 X 4491 Employee Dies In Fall When Struck By Bar
16 202447595 09/10/2007 0950633   4789 Employee Is Struck By Flying Piece Of Beam Spreader
17 201089422 02/14/2007 0950625   3449 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Spreader Bar
18 201088564 09/30/2006 0950625   2099 Employee Contacts Moving Parts And Amputates Fingers
19 201272432 08/02/2006 0418300 X 7692 Employee Is Crushed When Wire Rope Breaks, Later Dies
20 200262814 04/18/2006 0627100 X 7699 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Engine

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