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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
381 201771557 07/03/2001 0213900 X 1761 Employee Killed In Fall Through Skylight
382 201055449 06/30/2001 0950642 X 1751 Employee Killed In Fall Through Roof Opening
383 201761327 06/19/2001 0626600 X 4789 Employee Died From Asphyxia When Spoil Slid Covered Him
384 201155082 06/19/2001 0950633   1761 Employee Sustained Head Injuries When Fell
385 171010036 05/29/2001 0950631   3613 Employee Trips On Cable And Falls
386 201853546 04/26/2001 0452110 X 3433 Employee Crushed Between Machine And Concrete Post
387 202064135 04/23/2001 0420100 X 1761 Employee Killed In Fall Through Roof Opening
388 201180676 02/12/2001 0950611   5093 Employee'S Leg Fractured In Baler Door
389 200851673 12/27/2000 0215000 X 1761 Employee Killed In Fall Through Skylight Down Hvac Shaft
390 200101061 12/21/2000 0522300 X 3443 Employee Dies In 8-Foot Fall Into A Pit
391 200330736 12/07/2000 0830300 X 1751 Employee Killed In Fall Through Stairwell Opening
392 200621225 12/05/2000 0454712 X 1795 Employee Killed In Fall Through Skylight
393 170002471 11/09/2000 1055320 X 2511 Employee Killed When His Head Got Caught In Panel Saw
394 200371201 10/16/2000 0454510 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall Through Hole In Catwalk
395 201361326 10/12/2000 0419400 X 2015 Employee Falls Into A Drain And Dies From Injuries
396 200880474 10/11/2000 0215800 X 1761 Employee Killed In Fall Through Skylight
397 200001071 10/02/2000 0728500 X 3999 Employee Killed In Fall From Catwalk
398 200340222 09/01/2000 0523900   2048 Employee'S Leg Amputated After Stepping Into Turning Auger
399 200750883 08/28/2000 0522500   3499 Employee'S Leg Amputated When Struck By Flying Part
400 201122819 08/25/2000 0950613   3999 Employee'S Hand Struck By Moving Part Of Machine Employee'S

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