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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 115753.01 04/23/2019 0950625 X Employee Is Killed By Backhoe
62 115635.01 04/22/2019 0627510 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Pumping Unit Weight
63 116912.01 04/22/2019 0950631   Employee Crashes Forklift, Fractures Toes And Lacerates Foo
64 115636.01 04/20/2019 0418200 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Slabs Of Granite
65 115743.01 04/19/2019 0950631 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned In Truck Lot
66 115625.01 04/12/2019 0453720 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed And Caught Between Some Equi
67 115277.01 04/08/2019 0418400 X Employee Is Caught By Stone Slabs During Vehicle Roll-Over A
68 115209.01 04/07/2019 0950644 X Employee Is Struck By Pumpjack Counterweight And Is Killed
69 115825.01 04/04/2019 0454510 X Employee Is Pinned Between Lift And Beam And Dies
70 115386.01 03/29/2019 0627100   Employee Catches Finger Between Cargo And Pallet, Amputates
71 114795.01 03/26/2019 0950621 X Employee Is Killed While Cleaning Skid Steer
72 115040.01 03/22/2019 0418400   Employee Is Caught Between Equipment And Sustains Multiple I
73 115080.01 03/19/2019 0627700 X Employee Is Killed In Collapse Of Work Platform
74 114681.01 03/13/2019 0522000   Employee Is Pinned Between Carts And Fractures Both Legs
75 114296.01 03/08/2019 0552652 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Crane
76 114641.01 03/07/2019 0552652   Employee Is Caught Between Roller And Belt, Sustains Abrasio
77 114134.01 03/05/2019 0215300 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Container And Barge C
78 114074.01 03/01/2019 0751910 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Racks
79 113853.01 02/21/2019 0213900 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Two Vehicles
80 113750.01 02/17/2019 0452110 X Employee Is Killed In Crushing Incident

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