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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201487469 03/10/2005 0950622   1541 Employee'S Fingers Are Crushed While Moving Equipment
102 201352622 11/19/2004 0419700 X 5431 Employee Is Killed When Exposed To Electric Shock
103 202344826 09/30/2004 0420600 X 3089 Employee Is Electrocuted By Pulverizer Machine
104 170840920 09/15/2004 0950615   1623 Employee Fractures Pelvis In Trench Cave-In
105 200901486 08/18/2004 0418400 X 4226 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Pallet Elevated By Forklift
106 201117736 03/16/2004 0950643   8211 Employee Losses Balance, Falls, And Breaks His Back
107 201797842 11/04/2003 0950644   1711 Employee Fractures Arm In Machine
108 201104296 08/09/2003 0950624   1799 Fall From Ladder Injures Employee
109 202338356 05/10/2003 0420600 X 1731 Employee Struck And Killed By Cable Spool
110 201157146 02/28/2003 0950633   1623 Employee Suffers Fractured Pelvis In Cave In
111 200372712 01/28/2003 0454510 X 1731 Employee Killed In Trench Cave-In
112 200451359 12/10/2002 0418600 X 1623 Employee Killed When Run Over By Truck
113 201034386 11/20/2002 0950635 X 1761 Employee Is Electrocuted When Contacting Energized Conduit
114 201156668 10/25/2002 0950633   1541 Employee Struck On Knee With Blow Gun
115 201103207 08/28/2002 0950624 X 1742 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Energized Vent Pipe
116 202327946 08/21/2002 0420600 X 1799 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Energized Conduit
117 201056579 08/03/2002 0950642 X 1711 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Metal Conduit
118 200352789 07/26/2002 0453710 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Energized Circuit
119 201156270 07/23/2002 0950633 X 3993 Employee Is Shocked And Dies While Working On Light Fixture
120 200525608 07/08/2002 0751910 X 1623 Toxic Atmosphere In Confined Space Kills Two Employees

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