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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 105354.01 04/26/2018 0627100 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Crane Boom
102 107077.01 04/26/2018 0728900   Two Employees Are Shocked By Overhead Power Lines
103 105275.01 04/26/2018 0418300   Employee Is Struck By Overhead Crane Hook When Cable Breaks
104 106928.01 04/26/2018 0155010   Employee Is Struck By Crane Boom When Truck Tips Over
105 105217.01 04/23/2018 0626700   Operator Sustains Multiple Injuries When Crane Overturns
106 105029.01 04/23/2018 0855610   Employee Is Struck By Boom Rack And Sustains Concussion
107 104974.01 04/23/2018 0524200   Employee Sustains Fractures And Dislocated Bones When Struck
108 105164.01 04/23/2018 0213100   Employee Guiding Pipe Into Chimney Amputates Fingertip
109 105107.01 04/19/2018 0418400   Employee Is Struck By Log And Is Hospitalized With Facial Fr
110 104981.01 04/17/2018 0523400   Employee Is Struck By Furnace Basket And Amputates Fingertip
111 110817.01 04/17/2018 0420600   Employee Falls When Caught By Crane As Load Shifts And Fract
112 104727.01 04/16/2018 0728900 X Employee Is Crushed Between Two Steel Coils And Is Killed
113 109336.01 04/13/2018 0950624   Employee Falls From Crane Boom And Is Hospitalized With Mult
114 105037.01 04/12/2018 0352450 X Employee Is Killed When Crane Malfunctions
115 105038.01 04/12/2018 0352450 X Employee Is Killed When Crane Malfunctions
116 104810.01 04/02/2018 0522000   Iron Worker Falls From Joist And Fractures Bones
117 104594.01 03/30/2018 0418300   Employee'S Pelvis Is Crushed During Bridge Construction
118 105548.01 03/28/2018 0552652   Employee Crushes Finger While Raising Crane Hook And Partial
119 104378.01 03/27/2018 0625400   Employee Is Struck By Falling I-Beam, Fractures Leg
120 109484.01 03/27/2018 0420600   Employees Is Caught Between Suspended Load And Stationary Pi

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