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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 131283.01 11/21/2020 0627500 X Employee Dies Of Head Injuries After Falling From Crane
2 131065.01 11/14/2020 0524700 X Employee Is Killed When Boom Crane Personnel Basket Falls
3 130952.01 10/13/2020 0830300 X Employee Is Killed When Pulled Between Pipelayer Fender And
4 130263.01 10/05/2020 0729300 X Employee Attached To Concrete Forming Panel Is Killed In Fal
5 129003.01 08/24/2020 0420300 X Employee Is Killed By Swinging Crane Counterweight
6 128954.01 08/24/2020 0418100 X Foreman, Tied Off To Falling Concrete Form, Is Killed When C
7 128646.01 08/12/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Injured While Moving Racks With Bridge Crane
8 128467.01 08/06/2020 0317300 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Crane Jib And Is Killed
9 128012.01 07/22/2020 0418400 X Employee Is Killed When Struck In The Head By Sling Hook
10 127357.01 06/26/2020 0523400 X Employee Dies After Being Crushed Between Two Fuel Tanks
11 127275.01 06/24/2020 0453730 X Power Line Worker Is Electrocuted Working On Utility Pole
12 127409.01 06/22/2020 0950635 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Load
13 126833.01 06/08/2020 0854910 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Overhead Crane
14 127264.01 06/08/2020 0454713 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Tire Forming Mold
15 126681.01 06/02/2020 0728500 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Crane Contacts Overhead Power
16 126332.01 05/21/2020 0316400 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Suspended Steel Coil
17 124957.01 03/19/2020 0625400 X Employee Is Crushed By Forklift After Fall
18 125947.01 03/17/2020 0950411 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Forms
19 124770.01 03/13/2020 0523400 X Employee Is Crushed By Falling Concrete Pre-Cast Slab
20 124402.01 03/01/2020 0418100 X Employee Is Killed By Falling Load

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