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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 101571446 09/07/2000 0830500 X 4212 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Tanker Trailer
162 201761186 08/16/2000 0626600 X 3494 Hydraulic Press Operator Killed When Struck By Flying Object
163 200540565 07/20/2000 0317500 X 1771 Employee Killed When Run Over By Rolling Pickup Truck
164 201700838 07/04/2000 1054115   7992 Employee'S Face Crushed By Falling Mower
165 200521722 06/12/2000 0751910 X 1799 Employee Killed When Run Over By Trailer/Dolly
166 201161999 05/31/2000 0950641   2086 Employee'S Hand Crushed By Conveyor Platform
167 200021871 05/08/2000 0214200 X 1731 Employee Killed When Crushed Under Truck
168 200270684 04/27/2000 0524500 X 5261 Employee Killed When Crushed By Dump Truck Bed
169 200460681 04/25/2000 0111400 X 1799 Employee Killed When Truck Rolls Over Him
170 201403854 04/06/2000 0552651   1541 A Free Standing Wall Collapsed On A Construction Site
171 201032984 03/29/2000 0950635   3053 Employee'S Hand Fractured When Caught In Stamping Press
172 170895775 03/27/2000 0950644 X 7549 Employee Killed When Motor Home Falls Off Jacks
173 200630515 03/24/2000 0316400 X 1611 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Dump Truck Bed
174 170667059 03/13/2000 0111500 X 1794 Employee Killed When Run Over By Tractor
175 201101367 02/25/2000 0950623 X 7699 Employee Killed When Run Over By Tractor
176 170895494 01/20/2000 0950644   3531 Employee'S Toes Amputated When Foot Struck By Backing Truck
177 201952025 01/10/2000 0522000   1741 Wall Collapses On Six Employees
178 201040714 01/10/2000 0953220 X 5599 Mechanic Killed When Crushed Under Rolling Truck
179 201101433 01/07/2000 0950623   1731 Employee Falls After Trench Edge Breaks Away
180 201403755 01/06/2000 0552651   1741 Employee Falls From Elevated Platform

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