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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 131186.01 11/17/2020 0627700 X Employee Is Killed When Tire Over-Inflates And Explodes
22 131156.01 11/17/2020 0950633 X Employee Is Struck And Killed When Hauling Vehicle Backs Up
23 130899.01 11/03/2020 0625400 X Employee In Excavation Is Struck By Falling Backhoe And Kill
24 133628.01 10/30/2020 0950614 X Employee Is Killed While Hitching Trailer To Truck
25 130764.01 10/28/2020 0316700 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Truck And Pole
26 130670.01 10/22/2020 0552651 X Employee Operating Road Sweeper Is Rear Ended And Killed
27 130698.01 10/22/2020 0452110 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Is Injured In Work Vehicl
28 130554.01 10/21/2020 0253610 X Employee Is Killed When Truck Collapses
29 130548.01 10/15/2020 0213600 X Employee Is Killed When Roller/Compactor Flips Over
30 130952.01 10/13/2020 0830300 X Employee Is Killed When Pulled Between Pipelayer Fender And
31 130669.01 10/12/2020 0452110 X Employee Dies After Dump Truck Rolls Over
32 130353.01 10/09/2020 0625400 X Employee In Road Work Zone Is Struck And Killed By Grader
33 130127.01 10/05/2020 1032500 X Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Earthmover
34 128437.01 08/08/2020 0454712 X Employee Is Killed When Thrown From Truck Platform
35 128475.01 08/05/2020 0751910 X Employee Is Killed By Skid Loader Backing Up
36 128286.01 08/03/2020 0950633 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Backhoe'S Compaction Wheel
37 127706.01 07/09/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Killed In Dump Truck Incident
38 129607.01 07/06/2020 1054116 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Equipment Rolls Down Mou
39 127025.01 06/12/2020 0627510 X Employee Is Pinned Between Construction Vehicles And Is Kill
40 127389.01 06/09/2020 0257250 X Employee Flagging Traffic Is Struck And Killed By Roadwork T

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