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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201076353 07/15/2008 0950632   1611 Employee Suffers Vertebral Fractures From Falling Pole
182 200357085 07/09/2008 0453710 X 9621 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Backing Truck
183 200083426 06/23/2008 0112000 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Dump Truck
184 202126579 04/30/2008 0627410 X 1711 Employee Dies In Fall From Sidewalk Height
185 202449021 04/23/2008 0950633   5031 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Forklift
186 201637873 04/23/2008 1054112   2952 Employee Is Burnt From Hot Asphalt
187 202475141 04/17/2008 0950636   4212 Employee Is Burned By Hot Asphalt Material Being Unloaded
188 170835672 04/08/2008 0950615   1611 Employee Is Crushed By Paving Vehicle
189 202359188 03/06/2008 0352430   9224 Employee Sustains Concussion In Fall From Firetruck
190 201203890 03/05/2008 1054114 X 9621,1611,3272 Employee Is Killed By Asphalt Grinder
191 200758621 01/29/2008 0522500   4731 Worker Fractures Skull Falling Off Of Flatbed Truck
192 200677151 12/27/2007 0418800 X 7992 Employee Dies In Fall From Moving Golf Cart
193 201855996 11/30/2007 0452110 X 3446 Employee Dies In Fall From Moving Flatbed Trailer
194 201021391 10/26/2007 0950615   1761 Employee Burns Hand In Bucket Of Hot Asphalt
195 202474524 10/11/2007 0950636   1761 Employee Burned By Hot Asphalt While Repairing Roof
196 202447751 10/11/2007 0950633   1761 Employee'S Arm Burned When Splashed By Hot Tar
197 202516837 09/10/2007 0950624   1761 Employee Burned In Fall Onto Fresh Hot Asphalt
198 202367041 08/22/2007 1055330 X 9131 Employee Is Killed When Struck Against Two Motor Vehicles
199 201942588 08/20/2007 0951510 X 1611 Employee Is Run Over And Killed By Asphalt Roller
200 202486171 08/13/2007 0950621   1761 Employee'S Finger Injected With Asphalt Emulsion

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