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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
281 200643468 02/15/2006 0627700 X 1794 Employee Killed When Backhoe Rolls Over
282 200202679 12/20/2005 0418200 X 1711 Employee Struck And Killed By Backhoe
283 202442570 12/08/2005 0950633   1711 Employee'S Foot Is Crushed By Backhoe Bucket
284 200812030 11/15/2005 0627400 X 2951 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Loader And Truck
285 202442398 10/10/2005 0950633   1623 Top Man Injured When Excavation Wall Collapsed
286 201147311 10/03/2005 0950631   1623 Employee Fractures Ribs When Struck By Backhoe Boom
287 202340840 09/22/2005 0215000 X 1771 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Backhoe
288 200823177 09/16/2005 0521400   1623 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Backhoe Bucket
289 201086949 09/08/2005 0950625   1623 Employee'S Foot Fractured When Runover By Backhoe
290 200541308 08/15/2005 0317500 X 1611 Employee Is Caught Between Equipment And Killed
291 200801397 08/10/2005 0523300   1794 Employee Is Injured In Excavation Collapse
292 202357687 07/28/2005 0352450   1794 Employee Is Injured When Backhoe Overturns
293 200783553 07/22/2005 0626300 X 1611 Road Construction Worker Is Killed By Track Hoe
294 201923695 07/07/2005 0626700 X 1622 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Crane Weight
295 202441796 07/01/2005 0950633   1794 Employee Fractures Collar Bone In Trench Cave-In
296 200921880 07/01/2005 0355112 X 1623 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Backhoe
297 201311461 06/30/2005 0213400 X 1623 Employee Dies When Struck By Falling Pipe
298 201119765 06/30/2005 0950643   1794 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Backhoe Bucket And Pushed
299 201037645 06/22/2005 0950635   1771 Employee Sustains Fractures When Compactor Falls
300 200553956 06/20/2005 0625700 X 7359 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Overturned Backhoe

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