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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 200021921 06/16/2000 0214200   4213 Employee Injured When Crushed Between Trailers
42 200022150 02/11/2000 0214200 X 4783 Employee Killed When Struck By Backing Tractor Trailer
43 014308282 02/08/1990 0214200 X 1623 Employee Struck And Killed By Backing Dump Truck
44 99669.015 10/05/2017 0214200 X Employee Is Struck By Garbage Truck And Is Killed
45 201380680 03/17/2005 0214500 X 1794 Employee Run Over By Excavator
46 014492268 12/18/1992 0214500 X 4953 Employee Killed When Struck And Crushed By Loader
47 36376.015 12/14/2012 0214700 X Employee Is Struck By Pay Loader And Is Killed
48 000648972 10/24/1994 0215000 X 1622 Employee Killed When Struck By Backing Dump Truck
49 014488829 01/20/1988 0215000 X 8748 Employee Crushed Between Truck Trailer And Loading Dock
50 200851681 07/27/2000 0215000 X 6091 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia From Carbon Dioxide
51 31415.015 10/13/2012 0215600 X Employee Is Struck By Airport Vehicle And Is Killed
52 200880037 08/19/1996 0215800 X 1623 Employee Killed When Run Over By Backing Dump Truck
53 200880797 06/12/2003 0215800 X 4212,2679 Employee Killed When Caught Between Truck And Loader
54 170114599 05/23/1994 0215800   1611 Employee Sustains Fractures When Backed Over By Bulldozer
55 200880714 10/02/2002 0215800   1611 Employee Run Over By A Truck And Injured
56 101467.01 12/04/2017 0216000   Employee'S Legs Are Injured By Backing Dump Truck
57 001009620 07/29/1996 0253650 X 4212 Two Employees Killed When Struck By Backing Dump Truck
58 001004027 10/13/1987 0253690 X 4131 Employee Killed When Struck By Backing Dump Truck
59 103827.01 03/08/2018 0257210 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Backing Garbage Truck
60 127389.01 06/09/2020 0257250 X Employee Flagging Traffic Is Struck And Killed By Roadwork T

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