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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 68746.015 10/23/2014 0552652 X Employee Is Crushed By Combine And Is Killed
42 68448.015 10/10/2014 0352430 X Employee Is Crushed By Falling Dock Plate And Is Killed
43 68486.015 10/10/2014 0551702 X Employee Pinned Under Bus And Is Killed
44 68369.015 10/02/2014 0418400 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Bobcat Bucket
45 202082533 03/15/2014 0453730 X 1741 Worker Is Killed When Struck By Skid Steer Bucket Loader
46 202546693 01/09/2014 0950641   3357 Employee Amputates Finger In Wire Wrapping Machine
47 200075729 01/03/2014 0453720 X 1794 Worker Is Killed When Struck By Steel Plate
48 202557476 12/13/2013 0950631   1743 Worker'S Legs Are Broken When Struck By Falling Stone Slabs
49 202546214 09/19/2013 0950641   1742 Worker Is Injured In Fall From Unsecured Ladder
50 201510799 08/23/2012 0950651   1622 Employee Injured During Ground Support Installation
51 200926301 07/24/2012 0355112 X 1522,1751 Employee Falls From Scaffold, Later Dies
52 170784326 06/07/2012 0950621   5211 Employee;S Spine Is Injured When Dock Plate Slip And Fall
53 25375.015 05/31/2012 0627510 X Oil Rig Employee Struck And Killed By Falling Block
54 201283553 03/02/2012 0418100 X 3315 Employee Is Killed After Reached Into Block Drawing Machin
55 202369146 02/08/2012 1055350 X 5191 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Wall
56 06295.015 01/24/2012 0522300 X Two Employees Killed When A Building Being Demolished Collap
57 200926160 01/11/2012 0355124 X 1799 Employee Dies Few Days After Being Exposed To Silica
58 200151645 12/30/2011 0214700 X 5983 Employee Is Engulfed In Fuel Fire, Dies
59 202568721 08/23/2011 0452110 X 1711 Employee Is Killed When Trench Collapses
60 202023826 08/16/2011 0316100 X 1791 Employee Is Killed When Struck Head Against A Steel Pole

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