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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 98335.015 03/24/2017 0418300   Employee Is Struck By Forklift And Fractures Ankle
162 94429.015 03/24/2017 0419700   Employee'S Leg Is Amputated When Concrete Barrier Fall
163 94490.015 04/03/2017 0111100   Crane Operator Is Injured When Crane Tips Over
164 94457.015 04/03/2017 0751910 X Employee Suffers Apparent Heart Attack, Resulting In Traffic
165 95955.015 04/03/2017 0950625   Employee Strikes Head On Cab Support Post And Sustains Head
166 95000.015 04/06/2017 0951510 X Employee Falls Out Of Bulldozer Cabin And Is Killed.
167 94641.015 04/11/2017 0552651   Excavation Worker'S Foot Is Run Over And Crushed By Bulldoze
168 94732.015 04/13/2017 0213100 X Employee Is Run Over By Bull Dozer And Is Killed
169 97752.015 04/14/2017 0317000   Employee Falls From Boom And Fractures Spine
170 95636.015 04/17/2017 0317500   Employee Operating Forklift Has Two Fingers Amputated
171 95228.015 04/17/2017 0950633   Employee Trips, Strikes Loader Fork, And Loses Eye
172 95089.015 04/18/2017 0215800   Employee Is Injured When Ejected From Boom Lift
173 95373.015 05/01/2017 0950615   Worker Operating Scraper Incurs Spinal Fracture
174 95505.015 05/03/2017 0316700   Temporary Employee Jumps From Burning Front-End Wheel Loader
175 95493.015 05/09/2017 0215600   Foreman Is Struck By Excavator Bucket And Incurs Rib Fractur
176 95598.015 05/12/2017 0636900   Employee'S Foot Is Caught And Crushed In Lift Equipment
177 98547.015 05/15/2017 0950611   Employee Is Struck By Excavator, Incurs Chest Fracture
178 98760.015 05/23/2017 0950623   Employee Is Struck And Injured By Excavator Bucket
179 99882.015 05/24/2017 0552651   Worker Is Struck By Bobcat, Foot Crushed
180 95868.015 05/26/2017 0950411   Employee Sustains Leg Fractures When Wall Collapses

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