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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 202530168 09/18/2010 0950635 X 7389 One Employee Is Killed, One Is Injured By Falling Part
242 201075827 09/07/2010 0950632   7353 Employee Is Injured While Disassembling Crane
243 202529939 11/24/2009 0950635   3714 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught Between Parts
244 202089090 11/05/2009 0524700 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
245 201638871 11/02/2009 1054111   1741 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Scaffold
246 202550737 10/21/2009 0950631 X 7542 Employee Is Injured By Falling Beam, Later Dies
247 202598405 10/13/2009 0950633   5093 Salvage Worker Fractures Leg When Vehicle Falls
248 201074119 07/18/2009 0950632   1721 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Scaffold
249 202506960 03/12/2009 0950622   8331 Employee Slips And Falls When Dismantling Racks
250 200012763 02/03/2009 0729300 X 1791 Employee Is Killed While Disassembling Crane
251 200980993 12/29/2008 0855610 X 5093 Worker Dismantle'S Crane'S Boom, Is Killed
252 201763240 12/03/2008 0626600 X 1796 Employees Are Struck By Falling Objects, One Is Killed
253 201638152 10/21/2008 1054111   7363,3324 Worker Fractures Elbow After Jumping Off Storage Rack
254 200462281 08/14/2008 0111400 X 1791 Employe Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Crane Leg
255 201491602 07/15/2008 0950625   1796 Employee Amputates Fingers While Dismantling Wind Turbine
256 201763174 07/03/2008 0626600 X 1623 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Crane Boom
257 201363264 06/08/2008 0419400 X 7922 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
258 200677391 06/06/2008 0418800 X 5599 Employee Is Killed By Falling Semi-Trailer Flatbed
259 202342051 05/28/2008 0215000 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Tower
260 202448494 05/22/2008 0950633   1731 Two Employees Are Injured When Scissor Lift Tips Over

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