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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 202569968 06/29/2012 0452110 X 3575 Employee Is Killed When Forklift Overturns
22 201773678 07/11/2011 0213900 X 4213 Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Struck By Falling Load
23 202368668 12/21/2010 1055310 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Pinned Under Forklift
24 201022720 06/09/2010 0950615   3273 Employee'S Finger Gets Crushed
25 200925931 04/13/2010 0355122 X 2052 Woman Is Killed By Falling Concrete Blocks
26 200358232 12/08/2009 0453710 X 1741 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Hole
27 202342382 07/28/2009 0215000   1522 Employee Is Injured In Fall When Building Collapses
28 201073723 04/02/2009 0950632   8221 Employee Is Struck By Falling Block, Fractures Pelvis, Knee
29 201073079 10/01/2008 0950632   5211 Employee Is Struck By Falling Objects, Suffers Concussion
30 201344801 09/11/2008 0729700   1791,1771 Employees Are Injured In Wall Collapse
31 202506986 05/09/2008 0950622   3271 Damaged Valve Releases Energy And Injures Employee'S Foot
32 202126553 03/07/2008 0627410 X 1623 Employee Is Struck By Drain Box, Is Pinned And Killed
33 200775096 02/01/2008 0134000   1741 Worker Injured In Fal When Scaffold Collapses
34 202446662 04/19/2007 0950633   3271 Worker Amputates Fingers When Machine Starts Up
35 201088861 01/14/2007 0950625   3271 Employee Is Burned When By Hydraulic Fluid Fire
36 200901973 12/21/2006 0418400   1741 Employee'S Spine Is Fractured In Fall From Scaffold
37 201168697 12/13/2006 0950641   3271 Employee Injures Hand While Operating Concrete Block Machine
38 200355774 11/20/2006 0453710   1741 Two Employees Are Injured When Scaffold Drops
39 200831055 07/28/2006 0215600 X 1522 Two Employees Are Crushed By Collapsing Wall
40 201203205 05/17/2006 1054114   3271 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured When Caught In Conveyor

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