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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 93860.015 02/24/2017 0950631   Worker Slips And Is Burned By Hot Rubber
182 94221.015 02/22/2017 0352410   Building Collapses; No Injuries Sustained
183 93136.015 02/12/2017 0524200 X Employee Falls From Scaffold With Multiple Injuries And Late
184 93088.015 02/08/2017 0352450   Employee Slips, Falls And Fractures Ribs
185 92709.015 01/31/2017 0950641   Demolition Worker Is Injured When Struck By Beam
186 92937.015 01/30/2017 0950621   Worker Is Injured When Saw Kicks Back
187 81332.015 11/14/2015 0855610 X Employee Installing Metal Decking Falls From Roof And Is Kil
188 79862.015 09/24/2015 0521700 X Employee Is Killed When Precast Concrete Planks Collapses Du
189 79822.015 09/24/2015 0213900 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Building Roof Collapses.
190 75432.015 04/06/2015 0215000 X Employee Is Killed After Foundation Wall Collapses
191 70662.015 01/31/2015 0420600 X Worker Installing Plywood Sheets For Roof Falls And Is Kille
192 70218.015 01/29/2015 0626600 X Construction Company Owner Is Killed In Fall From Roof
193 70178.015 01/23/2015 0420600   Hvac Repair Person Is Found Semiconscious, Electrical Shock
194 75297.015 01/22/2015 0950613   Worker Falls From Roof And Fractures Wrist
195 70095.015 01/21/2015 0215000 X Employee Falls And Down An Unprotected Elevator Shaft And Is
196 70091.015 01/21/2015 0317000 X Worker Is Killed In Fall During Residential Framing Operatio
197 70093.015 01/20/2015 0625400   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated By Power Saw Blade.
198 73721.015 01/16/2015 0626700   Project Manager Falls Through Skylight And Sustains Multiple
199 70145.015 01/14/2015 0830500   Employee Slips On Ice And Falls, Fracturing Ankle.
200 69980.015 01/14/2015 0418800 X Employee Falls Through A Floor Opening And Is Killed.

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