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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 15955.015 03/14/2012 0728900 X Employee Is Crushed When Platform Falls On Him
22 202492559 10/04/2011 0950621   5093 Employee Fractures Leg While Loading Crane On Trailer
23 200356764 01/15/2008 0453710 X 1623 Two Employees Are Killed When Struck By Steel Sheet
24 200783900 07/29/2006 0626300 X 5012 Employee Is Shocked By Energized Fixture, Later Dies
25 200921963 02/18/2005 0355112 X 1541 Employee Is Killed By Falling Concrete Block
26 200373058 05/11/2004 0454510 X 1799 Employee Is Killed After Being Struck By A Rolling Object
27 201174943 12/17/2003 0950621   1542 Employee Receives Injuries When Struck By Broken Chain
28 200331270 04/30/2003 0830300 X 1381 Employee Killed When Lifting Chain Broke
29 200800811 03/08/2003 0523300   3089 Employee Injured Due To Failed Steel Sling
30 201172145 09/26/2002 0950621   1521 Employee'S Jaw Fractured When Struck By Flying Chain
31 201172228 08/20/2002 0950621   3499 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Winch Chain
32 200022069 10/11/2000 0214200 X 1542 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Load
33 201161460 01/11/2000 0950641 X 1799 Employee Is Killed When Sling Breaks And Load Falls On Him
34 200964369 01/05/2000 0352410   1799 Employee'S Legs Crushed By Concrete Block
35 200710481 05/08/1998 0636900 X 7359 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Forklift Carriage
36 170787477 07/30/1997 0950621   1542 Employee'S Knee Fractured When Struck By Flying Equipment
37 170846299 02/15/1997 0950652 X 1622 Employee Killed When Struck By Swinging Trash Box
38 170864094 02/13/1997 0950622   4212 Employee Injured When Struck By Flying End Of Chain
39 171038086 01/17/1997 1055350 X 175 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Flail
40 170888648 11/23/1996 0950615   2421 Employee'S Finger Amputated In Motor When Chain Breaks

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