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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201075199 03/29/2010 0950632   7363 Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Concrete
62 118400.01 07/28/2019 0950632 X Employee Is Killed In Fall While Trimming Palm Trees
63 201076692 02/18/2011 0950632   7999 Employee Sustains Injuries In Fall From Platform
64 126008770 08/12/1999 0950632 X 1791 Employee Killed When Struck By Post-Tensioning Device
65 92859.015 01/18/2017 0950632   Employee Falls Eight Feet From Ladder And Fractures Vertebra
66 202550133 04/27/2009 0950631 X 1799 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Concrete
67 201146529 03/03/2005 0950631   9999 Employee'S Leg Is Amputated When Concrete Slabs Slip
68 201143930 04/21/2003 0950631   1741 Employee Fractures Arm In Fall From Scaffold
69 102930.01 02/02/2018 0950631   Employee Slips While Climbing Ladder And Injures Foot During
70 104131.01 03/20/2018 0950631 X Employee Fall 8 Feet Through Carport Roof And Is Killed
71 110785.01 10/05/2018 0950631 X Employee Faints, Falls From Ladder, Later Dies
72 108183.01 03/01/2018 0950631   Employee Falls From Table And Fractures Hip
73 105878.01 05/22/2018 0950631   Employee Falls From Scaffold And Is Hospitalized With Multip
74 78327.015 07/25/2015 0950631 X Employee Fractures Skull In Fall From Ladder And Dies Next D
75 107002.01 04/25/2018 0950631   Employee Is Injured In Fall From Makeshift Ladder
76 202554960 07/16/2012 0950631   1761 Employee Falls Through Opening In Roof And Breaks Hip
77 201142858 11/18/2002 0950631   8711 Employee Injured When Finger Amputated By Water Tank
78 201492246 01/21/2009 0950625   1771 Employee Is Injured In Fall On Concrete Slab
79 98009.015 08/09/2017 0950625 X Employee Falls Through Roof Membrane And Is Killed
80 99104.015 04/25/2017 0950625   Employee Is Pushed From Ladder By Large Sack And Suffers Mul

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