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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 200712727 01/04/2006 0636900 X 1542,1771 Employee Is Killed In Fall Into Uncovered Pit
242 201561537 01/04/2006 0854910 X 1791 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof
243 201506250 12/30/2005 0950614   3711 Employee Lacerates Finger With Pressure Washer Gun
244 201506243 12/28/2005 0950614   1522 Employee Injured In One-Story Fall Through Floor Opening
245 201179009 11/20/2005 0950621   7542 Employee'S Finger Tip Is Amputated By Car Wheel Cover
246 201147519 11/14/2005 0950631   1742 Employee Is Injured After Falling Through Roof Opening
247 200774321 11/07/2005 0134000   1751 Employee Injured After Stepping Into Sump Hole
248 200690766 10/24/2005 0112600 X 1761 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof
249 201701943 10/17/2005 1054115   2037 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured While Stepping Into Hole
250 202441333 09/27/2005 0950633 X 1751 Employee Killed In Fall Through Roof Opening
251 200823177 09/16/2005 0521400   1623 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Backhoe Bucket
252 201862760 09/16/2005 0830100 X 4213 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Trailer
253 201125770 09/07/2005 0950613 X 1721 Employee Killed In Fall From Roof
254 201506177 08/31/2005 0950614   8221 Falling Manhole Cover Amputates Employee'S Finger
255 200992493 08/31/2005 0551800 X 3334 Employee Fractures Skull In Fall From Truck And Dies
256 201167301 08/26/2005 0950641   8741 Employee Falls Through Floor Opening Fracturing His Skull
257 201178399 06/27/2005 0950621   2491 Employee'S Hand Is Caught In Conveyor Belt
258 201167566 06/18/2005 0950641   8211 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Roof
259 200675536 06/17/2005 0418800 X 1761 Employee Falls Through Roof Opening And Is Killed
260 201106689 06/15/2005 0950624   1622 Employee Falls Through Deck And Fractures Ankle

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