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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 99729.015 09/15/2017 0215800   Employee Amputates Hand While Cleaning Cement Mixer
22 99167.015 08/30/2017 0950624   Worker Falls From Truck Scales And Fractures Leg
23 97679.015 07/07/2017 0830600   Worker Adjusting Machine Has Arm Amputated
24 99705.015 06/23/2017 0626300 X Employee At Construction Site Collapses And Dies Of Natural
25 96587.015 06/21/2017 0830500   Employee Is Caught Between Cement Truck And Sidewalk, Sustai
26 99803.015 05/05/2017 0950615   Worker'S Foot Caught, Fractured In Concrete Mixer
27 94082.015 03/15/2017 0626300   Employee Fractures Leg When Run Over By Concrete Truck
28 97512.015 03/15/2017 0950641   Worker Is Struck And Injured By Concrete Pump
29 93546.015 03/01/2017 0214500 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Mixing Barrel And Bod
30 91718.015 12/22/2016 0551800 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Concrete Truck
31 89707.015 10/17/2016 0728500 X Employee Crushed And Killed By Outrigger On Concrete Pumper
32 89211.015 09/02/2016 0627510 X Employee Crushed And Killed By Cement Truck
33 93087.015 08/25/2016 0418300   Employee'S Failed Hose, Collapses And Breaks Lower Leg And A
34 84296.015 04/08/2016 0626300 X Employee Is Crushed Between Concrete Delivery Truck And Conc
35 76701.015 05/07/2015 0418300   Employee Fractures Several Bones When Caught Between Cement
36 65453.015 07/15/2014 0830300 X Employee Cleaning A Concrete Truck Is Killed When A Mixing D
37 48986.015 07/20/2013 0521400 X Employee Is Cleaning Equipment And Is Killed
38 202658324 04/11/2013 0950643   1771 Employee Fractures Foot When Struck By Truck
39 42783.015 03/20/2013 0522500 X Employee Collapses And Strikes Head On Concrete And Later Di
40 201044955 02/28/2013 0953220   1771 Employee Is Injured When Cement Truck Rolls Over

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