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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201405909 04/09/2002 0552651   1771 Employee Injured When Steel Column Collapse
182 305113672 04/08/2002 0524700 X 3231 Employee Killed By Fall From Stacked Pallets
183 170842181 03/21/2002 0950615   191 Employee'S Foot Crushed By Forklift
184 170870455 03/09/2002 0950625   2851 Employee Injured Left Knee From Forklift
185 202260576 02/20/2002 0257230 X 1542,1791 Employee Falls And Dies From Impaling Steel Structure
186 200540714 02/12/2002 0317500 X 1791 Employee Killed When Iron Columns Being Installed Collapse
187 200782258 12/28/2001 0626300 X 1791 Employee Killed When Impaled On Uncapped Rebar
188 200740983 12/07/2001 0213100   1791 Employee Receives A Severe Laceration To The Groin Area
189 200261667 12/07/2001 0627100 X 2044 Employee Asphyxiated By Rice Hulls
190 200711497 11/13/2001 0636900 X 3711 Employee Struck And Killed By Column
191 202327532 09/10/2001 0420600 X 1611 Two Employees Killed By Falling Load
192 201701125 08/19/2001 1054115   5211,1791 Employee Injured From Fall Off Of Pole
193 201680683 08/15/2001 1050210   7692 Employee Injured While Sandblasting
194 201571072 08/07/2001 0830500 X 5311 Employee Killed When Caught Between Column And Fork Lift
195 200910099 07/26/2001 0215300 X 4491 Employee Killed When Struck By A Container And Dragged
196 200461176 07/25/2001 0111400 X 3561 Employee Killed When Crushed By Moving Machine Parts
197 201040839 07/25/2001 0953220   5199 Employee Injures Foot Between Mast Cross Beams Of Forklift
198 201201472 06/20/2001 1054114   5311 Employee Injured When Caught Between Forklift And Pillar
199 201064185 05/17/2001 0950632   1791 Employee'S Leg Fractured When Struck By Steel Column
200 200022705 05/17/2001 0214200 X 1629 Employee Is Killed When Load Of Steel Pipe Falls On Him

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