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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 131923.01 12/18/2020 0355114 X One Employee Is Killed, One Is Hospitalized When Trench Coll
2 130899.01 11/03/2020 0625400 X Employee In Excavation Is Struck By Falling Backhoe And Kill
3 130646.01 10/13/2020 0625400 X Employee Is Pulled Into Sewer Line And Drowns
4 129934.01 09/28/2020 0420600 X Employee Is Struck By Wrench And Killed
5 128418.01 08/07/2020 0626600 X Independent Contractor Is Killed When Struck By Falling Beam
6 128261.01 08/01/2020 0751910 X Two Employees Are Killed When Underground Power Line Explode
7 123234.01 01/15/2020 0627700 X Employee Directing Traffic Is Hit By Car And Killed
8 116518.01 05/20/2019 0854910   Employee'S Legs, Pelvis Are Fractured During Pipe Installati
9 115751.01 04/26/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Caught In Trench Collapse And Is Killed
10 114619.01 03/19/2019 0418600   Employee In Trench Box Is Struck, Fractures Leg When Trench
11 114177.01 03/04/2019 0950652   Employee Walking On Cross Braces Falls, Injures Shoulders An
12 112780.01 01/02/2019 0418100   Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Excavator
13 116515.01 11/29/2018 0950641   Employee Is Injured When Trench Wall Collapses
14 114484.01 11/16/2018 0523400   Employee Injures Back In Trench Collapse
15 109050.01 06/27/2018 0950647   Employee Suffers Possible Heat-Related Illness While Working
16 106719.01 05/03/2018 0950623   Employee'S Thumb Is Caught In Power Tool And Thumbnail Is Re
17 103546.01 02/27/2018 0213100   Employee Off-Loading Concrete Has Leg Broken
18 100392.01 09/21/2017 0626700   Employee Installing Pipeline Casing Has Fingers Partially Am
19 98975.015 08/29/2017 0418800   Worker Installing Underground Pipes Incurs Heat-Related Illn
20 98231.015 07/20/2017 0352440   Worker Falls Into Concrete Vault And Is Injured

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