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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201345410 07/13/2010 0729700   1611,4212 Five Employees Are Burned While Transferring Hot Asphalt
142 202468781 06/17/2010 0950643 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Truck
143 201622933 06/12/2010 1054116   1611 Employee Burns Arms And Hands
144 202551826 05/28/2010 0950631   1611 Asphalt Roller Runs Over Employee'S Foot
145 201345337 05/12/2010 0729700   3296 Two Employees Are Injured In Asphalt Tank Explosion
146 200604551 05/11/2010 0625400 X 1611 Employee Struck-By Trailer
147 202456463 04/29/2010 0950642   1611 Employee Suffers Multiple Injuries Using Milling Machine
148 201075546 04/27/2010 0950632   1761 Employee Injures Wrist In Fall From Ladder
149 200358786 04/18/2010 0453710   1611 Employee Is Burned By Hot Liquid Asphalt
150 200358778 04/18/2010 0453710   4212 Employee Suffers Burns From Liquid Asphalt
151 202613147 03/17/2010 0950633   1761 Employees Are Burned By Hot Asphalt
152 201022753 03/17/2010 0950615   1611 Employee'S Foot Is Crushed By Truck Tire, Is Later Amputated
153 202551339 02/17/2010 0950631   4813 Employee Fractures Leg Falling From Ladder
154 202541090 02/01/2010 0950641   1771 Employee Is Injured When Run Over By Forklift
155 200074326 12/07/2009 0453720   1799 Employee Is Burned When Gasoline Ignites
156 201074820 11/13/2009 0950632   1542 Employee'S Toe Is Amputated While Loading Machine
157 201074424 10/15/2009 0950632   1623 Employee'S Leg Is Burned And Fractured In Fall Into Asphalt
158 200571404 10/09/2009 0316700   2951,3823 Three Employees Receive Injuries In Electrical Fire
159 202519443 09/21/2009 0950624   1611 Employee Sustains Hernia While Climbing Into Roller
160 201638806 09/16/2009 1054111   1611 Employee'S Legis Fractured When Struck By Concrete

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