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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 121223.01 09/04/2019 1055340 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Second Story Of Building
2 170237952 10/12/1990 1055320   1521 Two Employees Injured As One Falls Through Roof Decking
3 202364857 05/11/2005 1055320   1791 Three Employees Are Injured In Building Collapse
4 170134340 06/03/1997 1054118 X 1791 Employee Killed In 45 Ft Fall With Steel Grading
5 201611266 06/26/1999 1054118   3498 Employee Injured In Fall From Roof
6 170743348 05/08/1996 1054118 X 1791 Employee Killed In Fall From Third Level Of Building
7 96303.015 03/30/2017 1054116   Employee Is Injured In Fall From Deck Joist
8 014206536 10/08/1985 1054116   1791 Employee Injured From Fall Off Metal Decking
9 201700549 07/30/1999 1054115   1796 Employee Injured In Fall From A Flat Roof
10 201703485 06/12/2012 1054115   1791 Roofer Falls When Decking Panel Buckles
11 201701844 08/06/2005 1054115   1791,1542 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Metal Roof Deck
12 201201779 08/06/2002 1054114 X 1791,1521 Employee Killed In Fall Through Roof Opening
13 201203296 07/13/2006 1054114   1791 Employee Falls From Unsecured Decking And Fractures Back
14 014569651 02/24/1993 1054114 X 1791,1542 Employee Dies In Fall From Deck To Concrete Floor
15 201201183 10/16/2000 1054114   1791,1542 Employee Injured In Fall When Deck Board Slips
16 000786640 11/07/1989 1054114   1791 Employee Injured When Decking Falls
17 201203353 08/01/2006 1054114   1721 Employee Fractures Foot In Fall From Unsecured Ladder
18 201614138 04/27/2009 1054113   5033,1522,1742,1521 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Balcony
19 201611555 11/19/1999 1054113   1761 Employee Fractures Hip After Falling From Roof
20 202615415 01/15/2014 1054112   1521,1751 Worker Fractures Skull In Fall When Subfloor Breaks

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