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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 77160.015 06/04/2015 0936300 X Employee Crushed By Quartz Slab
142 86769.015 07/11/2016 0215300 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By A 1,000 Pound Bale Of Cardb
143 87486.015 08/02/2016 0950644 X Employee Becomes Ill And Dies
144 88104.015 08/15/2016 0214200 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Falling Container
145 88357.015 08/31/2016 0950615 X Employee Stacking Steel Wine Barrel Racks Was Crushed And Ki
146 100412.01 05/10/2017 0950635   Employee Is Crushed By Falling Panes Of Glass
147 96198.015 06/04/2017 0627510   Employee Suffers Overexposure To Toxic Vapors And Is Hospita
148 98286.015 08/14/2017 0522500   Employee Is Injured By Falling Bundle Of Slabs
149 100380.01 08/23/2017 0950644   Employee Jumps From Shipping Container To Avoid Falling Boxe
150 99403.015 09/10/2017 1050210   Employee Is Injured In Fall From Shipping Container
151 99020.015 09/12/2017 0936200   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated By Shipping Container
152 99953.015 10/09/2017 0214200   Employee Slips And Falls From Elevated Work Platform And Suf
153 104090.01 10/10/2017 0950625   Employee Struck By A Falling Bin And Fractures Femur
154 100837.01 10/26/2017 0751910   Employee Is Struck By A Container Top And Suffers A Concussi
155 106576.01 12/28/2017 0418800   Employee Sustains Multiple Fractures When Struck By Empty Ca
156 103542.01 02/26/2018 0626300 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between A Truck And Trailer
157 105770.01 05/19/2018 0215300   Employee Sustains Fractured Leg At Marine Terminal When Yard
158 106784.01 06/18/2018 0419700   Employee Fractures Both Legs In Jump/Fall
159 106797.01 06/25/2018 0213600 X Two Employees Are Killed When Crushed By Falling Granite Sla
160 111497.01 11/24/2018 0950614   Employee Amputates Large Toe From Foot When Caught By Airlin

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