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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 70307.015 01/06/2015 0950632   Worker Falls From Ladder, Sustains Brain, Head, And Other In
202 202316931 02/12/2014 0253650 X 4111 Bus Driver Is Killed In Collision At Intersection
203 202615423 01/29/2014 1054112   1751,1541 Carpenter Falls, Fractures Face When Guardrail Fails
204 200171213 01/16/2014 0257260 X 1799 Demolition Worker Is Killed In Fall
205 201562980 01/13/2014 0854910 X 1761 Worker Is Killed In Fall From Roof
206 202615407 01/10/2014 1054112   1721 Painter Falls From Stepladder And Fractures Knee
207 202546651 01/09/2014 0950641   1521 Painter Falls From Scaffold And Sprains Back
208 202510319 01/09/2014 0950622   1742 Plasterer'S Fingertips Are Amputated
209 201498532 09/03/2013 0950625   7389 Employees Suffers Face And Lung Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
210 201129988 08/30/2013 0950613   1771 Employee Falls From Second-Story Balcony And Is Injured
211 201045051 08/20/2013 0953220 X 7389 Employee Falls From Building, Later Dies
212 202720215 07/03/2013 0950633   7999 Employee Fractures Back, Eye Socket When Zip-Line Crashes
213 202556189 05/15/2013 0950631   1742 Worker Fell From Ladder
214 202674123 04/09/2013 0352410   3613 Employee Punctures Finger With Nail Gun
215 44024.015 04/09/2013 0626600 X Employee Replacing Roof Shingles Falls And Is Killed
216 43244.015 04/05/2013 0214200 X Supervisor Collapses And Dies From Possible Heart Attack
217 202544789 02/11/2013 0950641   9651 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From A Ladder
218 202555975 12/29/2012 0950631   7349 Employee Sustains Chemical Burn On Foot From Spill
219 202081766 11/29/2012 0453730 X 1761 Employee Falls From An Elevator, Later Dies
220 202649232 10/27/2012 0352430 X 1521 Construction Worker Is Killed In Fall From Ladder

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