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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
261 93517.015 01/13/2017 0950621   Worker Is Struck By Rolling Forklift And Sustains Fractured
262 92232.015 01/10/2017 0418100   Employee'S Legs Are Caught By Hopper Clamps And Is Injured
263 92783.015 01/05/2017 0950623   Employee'S Fingertip Is Struck By Falling Rock And Is Hospit
264 91704.015 12/28/2016 0420600 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Front End Loader
265 91827.015 12/21/2016 0454712 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Truck
266 91417.015 12/15/2016 0728500 X Employee Crushed In Trench Collapse
267 90735.015 11/16/2016 0950643 X Employee Is Caught Between Forklift And Wall And Is Killed
268 90471.015 11/08/2016 0521400 X Two Employees Electrocuted From Energized Truck
269 90278.015 11/01/2016 1032500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By A Dump Trailer
270 90168.015 10/31/2016 0418300 X Employee Is Killed In Gasoline Pipeline Explosion
271 89093.015 09/29/2016 0134000 X Employee Caught Between Stationary Door Frame And Moving Whe
272 88621.015 09/13/2016 0830400 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By A Rough Terrain Forklift
273 88512.015 09/12/2016 0418200 X Employee Is Killed In Fall After Being Ejected From A Bulldo
274 89211.015 09/02/2016 0627510 X Employee Crushed And Killed By Cement Truck
275 88277.015 09/01/2016 0111100 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Under Tread Of Bulldozer
276 88248.015 08/29/2016 0551702 X Employee Crushed By Pipe And Is Killed
277 88422.015 08/26/2016 0830500 X Employee Is Struck Killed By Semi-Truck Trailer
278 87849.015 08/18/2016 0111700 X An Employee Was Struck-By A Skid Steer And Killed
279 87542.015 08/06/2016 0418800 X Employee Is Crushed By Truck And Killed
280 86748.015 07/13/2016 0111700 X Employee Working On Truck Is Killed When Transmission Falls

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