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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 114076.01 02/21/2019 0420600 X Employee Falls From Roof And Is Killed
142 92685.015 01/24/2017 0420600   Employee Slips And Falls And Fractures Wristl
143 014516843 09/10/1987 0420600 X 1771 Employee Struck And Killed By Piece Of Falling Concrete Slab
144 000601096 03/11/1997 0420600 X 1761 Employee Dies From Falling From Roof
145 202528246 07/07/2010 0420600 X 3523 Welder Is Crushed To Death By Farm Machinery
146 202483996 09/11/2009 0420600 X 7538 Employee Dies After Losing Control Of All Terrain Vehicle
147 000739342 12/10/1992 0452110 X 8211 Employee Struck And Killed By Falling Concrete Slab
148 120612.01 10/08/2019 0453710 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof
149 200353589 12/19/2003 0453710 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Concrete Slab
150 98141.015 08/11/2017 0453710 X Employee Is Trapped By Falling Concrete Slab And Is Crushed
151 200352185 11/02/2001 0453710 X 1795 Demolition Employee Killed When Crushed By Load
152 101210.01 11/27/2017 0453720 X Employee Falls From Ladder And Is Killed
153 200074730 06/27/2011 0453720   1731 Employee Sustains Multiple Fractures In Fall
154 202081295 01/16/2012 0453730 X 1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight, Later Dies
155 202076030 07/26/2004 0453730   1542 Three Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
156 303537518 04/05/2000 0453730 X 1799 Employee Injured In Fall From Bleachers
157 200374650 06/23/2008 0454510 X 1799 One Employee Is Killed, One Injured When Scaffold Overturns
158 106062.01 05/07/2018 0454510 X Employee Dies In 25 Foot Fall Through Skylight
159 111524.01 12/01/2018 0454711   Employee Falls And Sustains Multiple Fractures When Struck B
160 94230.015 03/22/2017 0454712   Employee Falls Up Stairs And Sustains A Head Laceration

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