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Keyword: "Elevator"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 000645465 04/09/1993 0215000 X 8412 Employee Killed By Falling Elevator
122 014307797 09/12/1990 0215000 X 1741 One Employee Killed, One Crushed By Elevator Counterweight
123 202342432 07/16/2009 0215000   1522 Employee Is Injured In Fall Into Elevator Shaft
124 202494365 12/14/2011 0215000 X 1799 Employee Is Crushed By Elevator And Dies
125 202341830 07/19/2007 0215000 X 3999 Employee Crushed And Killed By Elevator Door
126 000648923 04/19/1994 0215000 X 1522 Employee Dies In Fall Down Elevator Shaft From Work Platform
127 202341723 01/30/2007 0215000 X 1522 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
128 014491906 03/21/1991 0215000 X 4813 Employee Crushed Between Elevator Top And Floor Landing
129 014489165 07/07/1988 0215000 X 1791 Construction Worker Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
130 200851590 08/10/2000 0215000 X 1743 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
131 202342481 02/05/2010 0215000 X 1795 Employee Dies In Fall From Scaffold
132 014489041 11/20/1987 0215000 X 7349 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
133 200850220 11/29/1996 0215000 X 5812 Employee Killed When Struck By Moving Elevator
134 202340931 12/16/2005 0215000 X 1522 Employee Is Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
135 98314.015 08/18/2017 0215000 X Employee Falls From Temporary Work Platform And Is Killed
136 102455.01 01/23/2018 0215000 X Employee Falls Down An Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
137 000644088 03/21/1990 0215000 X 1731 Employee Killed When Struck By Elevator Counterweight
138 170664072 05/24/1995 0215000 X 1795 Employee Killed In Fall Into Elevator Shaft
139 202341657 10/18/2006 0215000 X 6512 Employee Is Killed In Fall Into Elevator Shaft
140 000644336 05/01/1991 0215000 X 1791 One Employee Killed And One Injured In Fall From Platform

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