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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 97368.015 07/12/2017 0524700   Employee Falls 17.5 Feet And Fractures Femur And Wrist
202 111451.01 10/14/2018 0551701 X Employee Falls From Elevated Work Platform And Is Killed
203 95118.015 04/20/2017 0551800 X Employee Is Thrown From Aerial Lift Bucket And Is Killed
204 000731844 09/12/1989 0551800 X 1791 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Grating
205 107956.01 07/27/2018 0551800 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scissor Lift
206 109510.01 09/20/2018 0551800 X Employee Falls From Scissor Lift, Strikes Head On Concrete S
207 000671818 02/13/1986 0551800 X 1795 Employee Killed When Crushed By Concrete Slab
208 000732297 04/04/1989 0551800 X 1791 Employee Dies From Fall Through Roof
209 95771.015 05/18/2017 0552651   Employee Falls The Truss Collapses And Sustains Multiple Inj
210 201406071 06/12/2002 0552651 X 1711 Employee Injured From Fall While Installing Plumbing
211 201406725 12/03/2002 0552651 X 1771 Employee Killed In Fall From Concrete Form
212 201402104 07/16/1998 0552651   1794 Backhoe Fell Through Concrete Slab Into Basement
213 170210801 03/04/1994 0552651 X 1795 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Concrete Slab
214 104391.01 12/01/2017 0552651   Employee'S Leg Is Struck By Falling Barrier And Fractured
215 95839.015 05/16/2017 0552651   Employee Is Struck By Concrete Plank, And Fractures Ankle
216 118255.01 07/16/2019 0552651 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Concrete Slab
217 110174.01 10/11/2018 0552651 X Employee Falls From Stepladder And Strikes Head Against Conc
218 108154.01 04/19/2018 0552651   Employee Falls From Scaffold While Tearing It Down And Is Ho
219 105781.01 05/17/2018 0552652 X Employee Is Killed In Fall
220 105948.01 12/19/2017 0552652   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Femur

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