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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 116943.01 01/03/2019 0950633   Worker Trimming Tree Branches Partially Amputates Finger
2 110137.01 10/17/2018 0950612   Three Employees Are Injured In Collapse Of Rebar Columns
3 106464.01 05/30/2018 0751910   Employee Falls And Incurs Multiple Fractures
4 103321.01 02/12/2018 0214200   Employee Climbing Scaffold Falls And Fractures Arm
5 100862.01 10/23/2017 0830600   Employee Climbing Wall Falls And Is Injured
6 99938.015 09/14/2017 0636900   Employee Climbing Frame Falls And Incurs Multiple Fractures
7 99940.015 07/17/2017 0950631   Worker Falls While Climbing Scaffold
8 96348.015 06/25/2017 0950641   Electrical Lineman Falls From Pole, Fractures Leg
9 94696.015 04/12/2017 0626300   Employee Falls From Concrete Form And Incurs Multiple Fractu
10 99701.015 04/05/2017 0950643   Employee Falls From Utility Pole And Incurs Leg Fractures
11 75232.015 03/07/2015 0454711 X Employee Slips And Falls When Exiting Truck
12 202615308 12/17/2013 1054112   5093 Employee Fractures Head When Struck By Steel Door
13 202556908 11/01/2013 0950631   1751 Carpenter Falls 10 Ft To Ground And Is Injured
14 202556684 09/18/2013 0950631   4841 Employee Fractures Pelvis, Arm, Ribs In Fall From Pole
15 202715744 04/09/2013 0950633   1711 Employee Suffers Fractures In Fall From Ladder
16 202545059 01/24/2013 0950641   5051 Employee Fractures Arm In Fall And Struck By Falling Pipes
17 201078367 09/19/2012 0950632   5159 Employee Finger Is Amputated When Caught On Shelf Beam
18 202652392 02/27/2012 0950633   3728 Leg Contusion Leads To Infection And Hospitalization
19 200999712 11/02/2011 0551800 X 8222 Community College Instructor Falls From Climbing Tower
20 202457560 10/28/2011 0950642   1731 Employee'S Skull And Arms Are Fractured In Fall From Pole

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