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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 98784.015 07/05/2017 0215000   Employee Falls Through Floor Hole, Incurs Fracture
62 97048.015 07/03/2017 0625700   Employee Is Thrown From Bucket On Tuck And Injures Head
63 98306.015 06/29/2017 0521400   Employee Falls From Roof And Incurs Multiple Crushing Injuri
64 98389.015 06/27/2017 0950632   Employee Fractures Leg In Fall And Is Hospitalized
65 101026.01 06/01/2017 0950641   Worker Falls Down Shaft And Injures Head And Back
66 97681.015 04/13/2017 0521700   Employee Falls Through Unprotected Floor Hole And Incurs Bru
67 97888.015 04/04/2017 0950631   Worker Falls Through Patio Cover Hole And Is Injured
68 93841.015 03/02/2017 0524200   Worker Adjusting Die Casting Machine Sustains Face And Skull
69 93748.015 01/27/2017 0751910   Employee Falls Into A Pit And Is Injured
70 90577.015 11/10/2016 0452110 X Employee Falls Through Roof Opening
71 75584.015 04/08/2015 0950641 X Employee Is Killed After Falling Through Unprotected Floor O
72 77768.015 01/07/2015 0950643   Worker Falls Into Shaft And Sustains Leg Fracture
73 69268.015 12/01/2014 0419400 X Employee Falls Through Roof Skylight And Is Killed
74 200536514 02/05/2014 0751910   2066 Employee Amputates Pad On Finger When Door Lid Closes
75 200536324 12/20/2013 0751910   7349 Employee Amputates Finger Tip When Metal Lid Falls Close
76 55791.015 12/18/2013 0636900 X Employee Is Struck By Motor Vehicle And Is Killed
77 202615290 12/18/2013 1054112   1623 Worker'S Face Is Fractured By Flying Manhole Cover
78 202479739 12/16/2013 0950644   1542 Demolition Worker Falls Through Roof And Fractures Elbow
79 55388.015 12/05/2013 0111400 X Employee Is Caught Between Scissor Lift And Steel Beam And I
80 200362135 12/05/2013 0453710   1611 Worker Falls Into Storm Drain And Fractures Shoulder

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