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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200380665 07/20/2006 0336000 X 5093 Two Employees Die, One Injured When Dump Truck Bed Drops
82 201108081 04/14/2006 0950624   212 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Falling Tractor Blade
83 170765457 01/27/2006 0950615   1521 Employee Slips From Ladder And Sustains Fracture
84 202462891 12/19/2005 0950643   1381 Employee'S Leg Fractured By Flying Object
85 200530236 11/25/2005 0751910   2813 Employee Amputates Thumb In Ice Machine
86 201069671 11/21/2005 0950632   1521 Employee Sustains Injuries In Fall From Ladder
87 202340949 11/02/2005 0215000 X 1522 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Blocks
88 200675478 09/01/2005 0418800 X 1741 Employee Falls While Laying Blocks
89 202441804 08/13/2005 0950633   7353 Employee'S Foot Is Crushed When Tractor Falls From Blocks
90 201799905 07/05/2005 0950644   3086 Employee Sustains Fractures From Being Struck By Foam Blocks
91 200921963 02/18/2005 0355112 X 1541 Employee Is Killed By Falling Concrete Block
92 202440251 12/16/2004 0950633   7549 Employee Is Injured By Rolling Tow Truck
93 202076220 11/25/2004 0453730   1741 Employee Fractures Arm And Leg In Fall From Scaffold
94 200921633 11/01/2004 0355111   1741 Employees Injured By Falling Materials
95 201125234 10/10/2004 0950613   4581 Employee'S Finger Is Lacerated In Press
96 170765036 10/09/2004 0950615   1541 Employee Fractures Hip In Fall From Top Plate
97 201118486 10/09/2004 0950643   1771 Employee Fractures Fingers When Carrying Stone Block
98 201036258 08/13/2004 0950635   1741 Employee Injured When Struck By Van Door During Loading
99 201085552 07/29/2004 0950625 X 1711 Employee Killed When Crushed Under Trailer During Leveling
100 202422085 07/24/2004 0950652   1422 Employee'S Pelvis Is Fractured By Falling Truck

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