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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 96770.015 06/30/2017 0352430   Two Employees Are Struck In Motor Vehicle Accident And Treat
222 96802.015 06/28/2017 0420600   Employee Is Run Over By Crane And Incurs Multiple Fractures
223 96799.015 06/28/2017 0950625 X Construction Worker Has Convulsions And Dies
224 97477.015 06/22/2017 0552651   Worker Operating Excavator Is Uninjured In Roll-Over
225 96594.015 06/16/2017 0729700   Employee Carrying Glass Incurs Arm Laceration
226 99026.015 06/14/2017 0950632   Employee'S Ankle Is Struck And Lacerated By Shifted Metal Pl
227 96416.015 06/13/2017 0418100 X Worker Jumps From Truck And Is Killed
228 96388.015 06/13/2017 0626000   Employee Falls From Front-End Loader And Suffers Cranial And
229 96238.015 06/09/2017 0316700 X Highway Worker Is Struck By Passing Motorist And Is Killed
230 96171.015 06/07/2017 0950633 X Worker Is Crushed And Killed While Repairing Truck
231 96999.015 06/07/2017 0352440   Paving Vehicle Operator Is Injured In Roll-Over Accident
232 96846.015 06/06/2017 0316100   Employee Loses Leg After Being Run Over By Backhoe
233 100808.01 06/06/2017 0950621   Employee Operating Trencher Is Pinned In Roll-Over
234 96878.015 06/06/2017 1054113 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Injured When Struck By A
235 97519.015 06/05/2017 0830300   Employee'S Chest Is Crushed By Trailer Tire
236 96366.015 06/01/2017 0830300   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Concrete Boom
237 95868.015 05/26/2017 0950411   Employee Sustains Leg Fractures When Wall Collapses
238 99882.015 05/24/2017 0552651   Worker Is Struck By Bobcat, Foot Crushed
239 98760.015 05/23/2017 0950623   Employee Is Struck And Injured By Excavator Bucket
240 98547.015 05/15/2017 0950611   Employee Is Struck By Excavator, Incurs Chest Fracture

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