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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201067550 05/22/2004 0950632   1742 Employee Amputates Finger In Cement Mixer
142 201067279 01/31/2004 0950632 X 1771 Flagmen Is Killed When Run Over By Concrete Truck
143 201067485 01/26/2004 0950632   5032 Employee'S Fingers Fractured While Cleaning Cement Chute
144 201175049 01/14/2004 0950621   3273 Employee'S Arm Broken When Caught In Cement Mixer
145 201953536 08/14/2003 0522000 X 4731 Employee Is Killed While Delivering Cement
146 201797586 08/14/2003 0950644   1542 Employee Injures Hand While Pouring Concrete Into Formwork
147 201173911 08/06/2003 0950621   5032 Backing Truck Strikes And Injures Employee
148 200513323 07/30/2003 0552700 X 3273 Employee Is Killed When Truck Tips
149 201173663 06/09/2003 0950621   1771 Employee Injured By Rotating Drum Of Concrete Mixer Truck
150 201797263 05/01/2003 0950644   1611 Employee Struck By Truck Boom
151 170007934 04/23/2003 1055360 X 4214 Employee Dies Of Apparent Cardiac Failure
152 200993467 03/27/2003 0551800 X 3272 Employee Killed When Run Over By Concrete Truck
153 200380491 03/17/2003 0336000 X 3273 Employee Killed While Cleaning Cement Truck Mixer Drum
154 201173101 03/01/2003 0950621   3273 Employee Suffers Amputation Of Fingers
155 200552701 01/22/2003 0625700 X 1771 Employee Electrocuted When Truck Boom Strikes Power Line
156 200001543 01/21/2003 0728500 X 3273 Employee Killed When Concrete Truck Overturned
157 202349536 01/08/2003 0352450   1771 Employee Injured While Working Alongside A Concrete Truck
158 200821726 09/09/2002 0521400 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Concrete Truck
159 201320405 08/22/2002 0317900 X 1799 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Truck
160 201406691 08/20/2002 0552651   1611 Employee Shocked When Concrete Truck Contacts Power Lines

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