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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 202528774 08/06/2008 0950635   4813 Employee Fractures Arm In Fall From Ladder
162 202448080 04/30/2008 0950633 X 1711 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Floor Opening
163 202499463 03/03/2008 0352410   1751 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Floor Hole
164 202539334 03/03/2008 0950641   1799 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Hatch Opening
165 202504890 01/23/2008 0352430   1761 Employee Injured In Fall Through Metal Decking Of Roof
166 201942596 12/13/2007 0951510 X 1522 Employee Killed In Fall Through Skylight
167 202454427 12/08/2007 0950642   2038 Employee Amputates Hand In Picking Drum
168 202527081 11/28/2007 0950612   1541 Employee Injured In Fall Down Stair Opening
169 202448213 11/27/2007 0950633   1541 Employee Injured In Fall Through Roof Access Opening
170 200033108 11/21/2007 0521700 X 1771 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
171 202454401 11/19/2007 0950642   3321 Employee'S Foot Toes Are Amputated When Cover Strikes
172 202516738 11/16/2007 0950624   1731 Employee'S Fingers Crushed By Box Lid
173 200151272 11/09/2007 0214700 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall Through Skylight Opening
174 202465241 11/02/2007 0950643 X 1542 Employee Killed In Fall Through Roof Opening
175 200332005 10/30/2007 0830300 X 1542 Employee Killed In Fall Through Roof Opening
176 202474458 10/30/2007 0950636   1542 Employee Injured In Fall Through Roof Opening
177 202527206 10/26/2007 0950612   1751 Employee Injured In Fall Through Roof Opening
178 202317814 10/25/2007 0950653 X 1629 Employee Killed In Fall When Cover Boards Are Displaced
179 201203734 10/23/2007 1054114   1742,1542 Employee Suffers Contusions In Fall Through Chase Cover
180 201071750 10/17/2007 0950632   7363 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Steel Lid Drops

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