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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 98117.015 06/04/2017 0950612   Employee Adjusting Forklift Is Injured By Falling Fork
182 96103.015 06/02/2017 0626600 X Employee Falls From Tree And Is Killed
183 96658.015 06/01/2017 0950635   Employee Struck By Falling Wall And Incurs Fractures
184 96580.015 06/01/2017 0352460   Employee Falls From Joist And Incurs Multiple Injuries
185 96581.015 06/01/2017 0352460   Employee Falls Approximately 30 Feet And Is Injured
186 96151.015 05/30/2017 0524500   Employee Falls From Bucket Of A Boom Truck While Trimming A
187 100479.01 05/26/2017 0627700   Worker Is Struck By Falling Frame And Leg Injured
188 96107.015 05/25/2017 0830600   Employee Is Cut When Glass Shatters
189 95793.015 05/23/2017 0317500 X Employee Contacts An Overhead Power Line And Is Electrocuted
190 95807.015 05/16/2017 0355112   Employee Riding With Load On Lift, Falls, And Incurs Head Tr
191 95625.015 05/15/2017 0950632 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scissor Lift
192 95524.015 05/10/2017 1032500   Forklift Operator Is Struck By Falling Load And Incurs Fract
193 97657.015 05/03/2017 0953220   Employee Falls From Scissor Lift And Is Hospitalized
194 95417.015 05/03/2017 0950633   Multiple Employees Are Hospitalized From Building Collapse
195 95782.015 05/02/2017 0950621   Employee Falls From Scissor Lift And Is Hospitalized
196 95564.015 05/01/2017 0522000   Employee Falls From Aerial Lift When It Fell Over From Wind
197 95170.015 04/30/2017 0336000 X Employee Is Ejected From Aerial Lift And Is Killed
198 98950.015 04/28/2017 0950611   Welder'S Head Is Pinned Between Lift And Building
199 95362.015 04/27/2017 0830300   Power Line Worker Incurs Electric Shock, Burns
200 95210.015 04/27/2017 0523300   Employee Falls From Boom Truck Platform And Injures Leg

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