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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 201070786 03/13/2007 0950632 X 1611 Employee Backed Over By Truck Dies From Spinal Injury
162 201062791 03/16/2000 0950632   1761 Employee Burns Hands, Feet, And Face On Hot Tar
163 171010093 08/03/2001 0950631   9999 Employee Injured When Burned By Hot Asphalt Oil
164 171010556 01/05/2002 0950631   1761 Employee Injured By Hot Asphalt Spill
165 201145778 07/15/2004 0950631   1761 Employee Burned On Face And Scalp With Hot Asphalt
166 202551826 05/28/2010 0950631   1611 Asphalt Roller Runs Over Employee'S Foot
167 104207.01 03/16/2018 0950631   Foreman'S Hand Is Caught In Backhoe Bucket And Crushed
168 106042.01 05/22/2018 0950631   Employee Sustains Burns While Filling Truck With Asphalt Sea
169 201146412 03/08/2005 0950631   1761 Employee Receives Burns After Hot Asphalt Spills
170 202551339 02/17/2010 0950631   4813 Employee Fractures Leg Falling From Ladder
171 201149028 06/22/2007 0950631   1761 Employee Burned In Fall On Hot Asphalt Spill
172 201146842 04/21/2005 0950631   1761 Employee Receives Third-Degree Burns From Hot Roof Tar
173 170587620 01/11/1996 0950631   1761 Roofer Burned When Splashed By Hot Asphalt
174 201144136 05/21/2001 0950631   1611 Employee Suffers Amputation While Repairing Equipment
175 201143872 03/05/2003 0950631   1761 Employee Burned By Hot Asphalt
176 202550836 06/04/2009 0950631   1761 Employee Receives Burn From Hot Roofing Tar
177 202552238 10/26/2010 0950631   2951 Worker Is Sprayed And Burned By Hot Asphalt
178 201148491 10/19/2006 0950631   1761 Employee'S Arm Is Burnt By Hot Tar
179 201487824 12/17/2004 0950627   4213 Employee Receives Third-Degree Burns On Arm From Hot Oil
180 201088226 07/21/2006 0950625   2952 Employee Checking Storage Tank Falls And Fractures Ankle

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