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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 170620314 06/16/1995 0950622   1795 Employee Injured In Floor Collapse During Demolition
102 115852.01 03/25/2019 0950621   Employee Sustains Fracture In Fall From Ladder
103 014538102 02/20/1993 0950621   2044 Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall On Concrete Slab
104 107364.01 07/07/2018 0950621   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Arm
105 014537773 08/23/1990 0950621   1761 Employee Fractures Foot In Fall From Roof
106 101158.01 11/09/2017 0950621   Employee Sustains Multiple Injuries In Fall From Ladder
107 202488789 06/15/2009 0950621 X 1521 Employee Is Killed By Falling Concrete Slab
108 101401.01 09/18/2017 0950621   Employee Fractures Shoulder In Fall From Truck
109 202486650 04/03/2008 0950621   5531 Employee Is Injured While Changing Tires Of Rv Home
110 103710.01 02/16/2018 0950615   Employee Loses Consciousness And Strikes Head Against Sidewa
111 115895.01 11/20/2018 0950615   Employee'S Leg Is Crushed By Falling Stone Slabs
112 94675.015 04/10/2017 0950615   Employee Trips On A Pallet Jack And Fractures Left Wrist
113 102932.01 02/02/2018 0950615   Employee Injures Head When Knocked Down By Student And Hitti
114 99252.015 05/21/2017 0950615   Employee Falls From Electric Bicycle And Fractures Arm
115 110426.01 10/15/2018 0950615   Employee Faints, Falls To Ground, Injures Head And Neck
116 101155.01 06/09/2017 0950615   Employee Falls From Elevated Platform Through Ladder-Way Ope
117 99440.015 04/20/2017 0950614   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Leg And Hip
118 97917.015 08/02/2017 0950614   Employee Falls 15 Feet Off Ladder And Sustains Fracture And
119 201503901 09/25/2003 0950614   1771 Employee Receives Chemical Burns From Wet Concrete
120 104818.01 03/27/2018 0950614   Employee Falls From Elevated Work Platform And Fractures Han

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