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Keyword: "Asphalt"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 000755876 06/06/1992 0855610 X 1611 Employee Died After His Forklift Overturned
242 201780160 04/09/2000 0935000 X 1542 Employee Crushed And Killed By A Compactor
243 54466.015 10/13/2013 0936300 X Employee Is Crushed In Roll Over And Later Dies
244 109913.01 10/03/2018 0936500   Employee Incurs Burns On Arms, Torso And Neck When Sprayed B
245 201982303 09/07/2000 0950411 X 1611 Employee Struck By Train
246 201991031 08/11/2004 0950411   1611 Employee Fractures Legs When He Losses His Balance And Falls
247 201992104 10/13/2005 0950411 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Asphalt Truck
248 201985223 06/07/2002 0950411 X 1611 Employee Killed When Struck By A Semi-Belly Dump
249 201991635 03/02/2005 0950411 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Car And Hot Asphalt
250 170176341 12/07/1990 0950611   1761 Roofer Slips And Burns Hand On Spilled Hot Tar
251 201184454 08/18/2008 0950611   9631 Three Employees Experience Hearing Lost In Explosion
252 201185865 06/03/2011 0950611   9199 Asphalt Worker Is Burned In Kettle Burner Explosion
253 105815.01 05/18/2018 0950612   Employee Falls With Rolling Scaffold And Breaks Arm And Wris
254 202634622 07/18/2011 0950612   1611 Employee Is Injured In Truck Back Over
255 70088.015 01/16/2015 0950612   Worker Is Burned When He Falls Onto Hot Rubber.
256 70052.015 01/13/2015 0950612   Employee Sustains Burns To Hand While Applying Hot Roofing A
257 202313615 08/14/2003 0950612   1761 Employee Receives Burns After Spilling Bucket Of Hot Asphalt
258 202495669 03/13/2007 0950612   2951 Employee Amputates Thumb On Truck'S Booster Wheel Assembly
259 202563284 12/10/2008 0950612   1761 Employee Is Burned By Asphalt After Trip And Fall
260 202316485 10/26/2006 0950612   1761 Employee Falls And Is Burned In Hot Tar

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