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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 201148079 06/12/2006 0950631   1791 Employee Is Struck In Face As Column Being Installed Shifts
222 201561735 10/04/2006 0854910 X 1791 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Column
223 201362795 11/11/2006 0419400   3272 Employees Are Injured By Falling Concrete
224 202445847 02/07/2007 0950633   4813 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
225 201088937 02/16/2007 0950625   1622 Employee Injures Back In Fall From Bridge
226 170761563 02/26/2007 0551800 X 1541 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Steel Beam
227 202464632 04/06/2007 0950643   4222 Employee'S Toes Are Amputated After Being Crushed
228 201148954 04/20/2007 0950631   8299 Employee Is Injured When Golf Cart Runs Into Wooden Pillar
229 200881316 05/01/2007 0215800   1791 Employee Fractures Spine In Fall From Steel Column
230 200032936 05/04/2007 0521700 X 2899 Employee Is Killed When Crushed In Forklift Incident
231 201362977 06/14/2007 0419400 X 1629 Two Employees Drown After Bridge Form Collapses, Six Employe
232 202446563 06/23/2007 0950633   3316 Employee Amputated Thumb In Spiral Machine
233 201071438 09/17/2007 0950632   1791 Employee Injured In Fall When Vertical Column Shifts
234 202526729 09/19/2007 0950612 X 1791 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Fall With Rebar Column
235 170839773 10/10/2007 0950615   1791 Employee Fractures Ribs In Fall Descending Steel Column
236 200922433 01/06/2008 0355114 X 1751 Employee Is Killed In Forklift Collision
237 202487146 04/25/2008 0950621   4924 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Pole
238 202448916 06/23/2008 0950633   1791 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Rebar Column
239 201043965 10/02/2008 0953220   1791,1771 Two Employees Are Injured When Struck By Falling Column Form
240 200758720 10/07/2008 0522500 X 1791 Employee Is Killed When Steel Column Falls

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