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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 201321023 07/18/2007 0317900   3646 Employee Amputated Fingers While Moving Metal Coil
42 202464566 05/15/2007 0950643 X 4941 Employee Dies When He Falls Off Elevated Platform
43 200032910 03/26/2007 0521700 X 1622 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Formwork
44 202362588 10/03/2006 0352430 X 783 Employee Is Killed In Fall While Trimming Tree
45 200513596 10/01/2004 0552700 X 1791 Employee Killed When Knocked Off Buliding By Falling Beam
46 201036241 05/18/2004 0950635   9199 Employee Injures Foot When Struck By Falling Object
47 200674836 04/19/2004 0418800 X 1751 Employee Is Killed From Electrocution, Crane Contacts Line
48 201058559 03/30/2004 0950642   3462 Employee Fractures Nose When Struck By Crane Hook
49 201352168 07/07/2003 0419700 X 3441 Employee Is Killed By Overhead Crane Lifting Device
50 201035250 05/27/2003 0950635   7353 Employee Suffers Amputation
51 201485505 02/24/2003 0950622   3356 Employee Amputates Fingers Handling C-Hook
52 201406725 12/03/2002 0552651 X 1771 Employee Killed In Fall From Concrete Form
53 300860160 09/24/2002 0950633   1781 Crane Operator Suffers A Puncture To Arm From Falling Hook
54 200526192 09/18/2002 0751910   3523 Employee Amputates Fingertip With Sling Hook
55 200880599 11/15/2001 0215800 X 7353 Employee Struck And Killed By The Dump Body Of A Truck
56 201163144 08/29/2001 0950641   7389 Employee Crushes Fingers In Crane Accident
57 200201473 07/23/2001 0418200 X 7353,1796 Employee Killed When Struck By Hook Block Of The Crane
58 201484508 07/02/2001 0950622   1629 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Load Of Cables
59 201780285 03/09/2001 0935000 X 1622 Employee Killed By Falling Crane Hook Block
60 200621316 02/06/2001 0454712 X 7699 Employee #1 Climbed Under A Grader Which Fell On Him

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