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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 124831.01 02/28/2020 0626700 X Employee Is Struck By Crane Equipment And Is Crushed
22 124401.01 02/27/2020 0418300 X Employee Is Struck In Back By Coil And Is Killed From Blunt
23 124335.01 02/26/2020 0627700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Crane Overhaul Ball
24 123850.01 02/01/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Load
25 123106.01 01/09/2020 0420600 X Employee Is Killed By Head Fracture From Rigging Chain Hook
26 123003.01 01/06/2020 0627700 X Employee, Pinned Between Truck And Winch, Is Killed
27 122674.01 12/19/2019 0355112 X Employee Is Crushed When Struck By Crane Boom
28 122409.01 12/10/2019 0522500 X Employee, Struck By Crane Load, Is Killed In Fall Down Shaft
29 122613.01 12/06/2019 0830300 X Two Employees Are Struck By Crane Boom Extension Arm As It F
30 122291.01 12/06/2019 0523300 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Overhead Lift
31 121219.01 10/28/2019 0728900 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Malfunctioned Boom
32 120577.01 10/09/2019 0950632 X One Employee Is Killed And Other Is Injured In Fall From Uns
33 120498.01 10/07/2019 0830500 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Truss Collapse
34 120479.01 10/06/2019 0419700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall While Lashing Containers To Deck
35 120373.01 09/30/2019 0627510 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Repairing Overhead Crane
36 120060.01 09/21/2019 0751910 X Two Employees Fall From Lift During Roll Over; One Employee
37 120091.01 09/17/2019 0729300 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Crane
38 119878.01 09/13/2019 0418300 X Employee Is Caught And Crushed Between Two Steel Coils And I
39 119474.01 08/28/2019 0551702 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Crane Booms Strikes Power Line
40 119018.01 08/15/2019 0625700 X Employee Dies While Working On Electrical Box

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