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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200357093 05/31/2008 0453710 X 7363 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Dump Truck
82 200232155 05/28/2008 1032500 X 4212 Employee Is Killed In Truck Roll-Over
83 201859659 04/15/2008 0452110 X 1771 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Cement Truck
84 201149812 03/18/2008 0950631   3273 Employee Slips On Ladder, Falls And Fractures Arm
85 200033124 01/18/2008 0521700 X 1522 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Cement Truck
86 200910479 12/27/2007 0215300 X 3273,1771 Two Employees Killed When Cement Truck Slips And Overturns
87 201613593 10/26/2007 1054113   139 Employee Is Injured In Motor Vehicle Accident
88 202288601 10/08/2007 0950411 X 4231 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Cement Truck
89 201508033 10/03/2007 0950614   3273 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Folding Ladder
90 200801843 09/06/2007 0523300 X 1442 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Auger Of Cement Truck
91 201183829 08/21/2007 0950611   5032 Employee Is Injured In Truck Rollover
92 202447413 08/09/2007 0950633   1622 Employee Injured When Crushed By Collapsing Concrete Wall
93 200902062 07/24/2007 0418400 X 3272 Employee Is Struck By Concrete Truck And Is Killed
94 202088290 07/18/2007 0524700 X 3273 Employee Killed In Fall From Cement Mixer
95 201021219 06/12/2007 0950615   1771 Employee' Arm Is Fractured When Caught In Cement Truck
96 200713188 05/05/2007 0636900 X 3271 Employee Is Killed When Crushed In Cement Mixer
97 201489473 04/20/2007 0950622   5032 Employee Falls Over And Breaks Leg While Washing Truck
98 201109824 04/03/2007 0950624   1771 Employee Is Injured When Hand Went Through Wall
99 200263192 03/30/2007 0627100 X 1742 Employee Is Struck By Cement Mixer Lid , Later Dies
100 202446399 03/23/2007 0950633   1741 Employee'S Leg Is Caught In Auger And Lacerated

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