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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 111005.01 10/15/2018 0950411 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Trolley Wheel In The Head And
22 109724.01 10/02/2018 0355118 X Employee Is Struck By Collapsing Crane Boom And Is Killed
23 107968.01 07/31/2018 0625700   Employee Partially Amputates Foot When Crushed By Falling Cr
24 105354.01 04/26/2018 0627100 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Crane Boom
25 107077.01 04/26/2018 0728900   Two Employees Are Shocked By Overhead Power Lines
26 109336.01 04/13/2018 0950624   Employee Falls From Crane Boom And Is Hospitalized With Mult
27 105037.01 04/12/2018 0352450 X Employee Is Killed When Crane Malfunctions
28 105038.01 04/12/2018 0352450 X Employee Is Killed When Crane Malfunctions
29 107392.01 03/08/2018 0418100   An Employee Falls Approximately 15 Feet From A Crane Boom An
30 103206.01 02/14/2018 0636900 X Employee Falls From Rig And Is Killed
31 102990.01 05/23/2017 0257260   Employee Falls From Crane Basket During Tree Trimming Activi
32 99506.015 05/15/2017 0950623   Employee'S Hand Is Caught In Crane Block'S Pinch Point And A
33 94730.015 04/11/2017 1055350 X Employee Is Struck By Stump And Crane Arm, And Is Killed
34 89083.015 09/29/2016 0213600 X Employee Is Struck By Crane Boom And Killed
35 79892.015 09/24/2015 0627700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling A-Leg
36 76438.015 04/30/2015 0521400 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Crane Boom
37 76269.015 04/24/2015 0215000 X Employee Is Crushed By Truck Boom When Hydraulic Fluid Lines
38 63549.015 06/20/2014 0523300 X Employee Is Struck And Killed When A Loaded Crane Boom Colla
39 63390.015 06/17/2014 0729300 X Employee Is Struck By A Crane Boom And Killed
40 51806.015 08/29/2013 0522500 X Employee Is Struck By Crane Boom And Is Killed

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