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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 170081798 05/22/1996 0625700 X 1381 Employee Killed By Falling Pipe Joint
42 014519060 05/05/1984 0625700 X 1381 Employee Killed When Struck By Whipping Kelly Hose
43 200783900 07/29/2006 0626300 X 5012 Employee Is Shocked By Energized Fixture, Later Dies
44 100901.01 11/09/2017 0626300   Employee Is Struck By Suspended Load, Injuring Head
45 014237416 03/18/1985 0626600 X 3273 Chain Under Tension Broke, End Struck Employee In Head
46 84644.015 04/16/2016 0627100 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Massive Screw Elevated From
47 68150.015 09/22/2014 0627510 X Employee Is Struck By Load In Head And Is Killed
48 83165.015 02/19/2016 0627510 X Employee Is Run Over By Tripper Machine And Killed
49 98709.015 08/31/2017 0627510 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Block And Is Killed
50 96046.015 05/29/2017 0627700 X Employee Struck By Rigging Chain And Is Killed
51 200710481 05/08/1998 0636900 X 7359 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Forklift Carriage
52 014302244 12/14/1990 0653510 X 4231 Employee Killed When Struck In Chest By Cheater Bar
53 014414445 03/17/1987 0728900 X 2075,1796 Construction Employees Thrown And Crushed By Machine Buckets
54 15955.015 03/14/2012 0728900 X Employee Is Crushed When Platform Falls On Him
55 22655.015 06/06/2012 0728900   Employee Amputates Finger With Bailing Wire Attached To A Co
56 75690.015 04/11/2015 0728900 X Employee Struck By Broken Tow Chain And Is Killed
57 94035.015 03/13/2017 0729700   Employee Drops Trash Dumpster On His Foot And Breaks Toes
58 170568604 08/05/1994 0751910 X 1771 Employee Crushed Between Backhoe Boom And Outrigger, Dies
59 014535447 12/07/1985 0830300 X 2077 Employee Fell With Broken Freight Elevator
60 200331270 04/30/2003 0830300 X 1381 Employee Killed When Lifting Chain Broke

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