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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 170627400 10/19/2011 0950621   3441 Employee Suffers Electric Shock
302 202494316 09/23/2011 0215000 X 7699 Assistant Elevator Mechanic Is Killed In Fall Down Shaft
303 202543666 09/22/2011 0950641   9199 Employee Strikes His Head On An I-Beam
304 201273174 09/21/2011 0418300 X 1796 Employee Is Injured During Elevator Work
305 200012961 08/23/2011 0729300 X 7011 Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
306 202553947 07/29/2011 0950631   1742 Employee Fractures Feet In Fall From Elevator Shaft
307 201185857 07/21/2011 0950611   1799 Employee Falls Into Excavation, Shatters Foot
308 202567632 07/03/2011 0420600 X 7941 Employee Fractures Pelvis On Freight Elevator And Dies
309 202543195 06/23/2011 0950641   5651 Employee Falls From Elevated Location
310 202629432 06/23/2011 0352440 X 7699 Employee Is Fatally Crushed By Backhoe
311 202530846 06/16/2011 0950635   8062 Employee'S Arm Is Fractured In Trip And Fall
312 201128295 06/14/2011 0950613   1796 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated During Elevator Servicing
313 02028.015 06/09/2011 0830300 X Employee Is Engulfed In Corn Storage Building
314 200534287 06/07/2011 0751910 X 4221 Grain Engulfs Worker Who Dies From Asphyxia
315 202470431 05/20/2011 0950643   1381 Employee Is Struck By Unhooked Elevator And Is Paralyzed
316 202470803 04/27/2011 0950643 X 782 Employee Is Killed When Head Caught In Elevator Compartment
317 200644987 03/04/2011 0627700 X 5812 Employee Dies After Fall Onto Overloaded Dumbwaiter
318 202494233 03/02/2011 0215000 X 7349 Elevator Maintenance Technician Is Killed In Fall
319 202542486 02/08/2011 0950641 X 1796 Employee Dies From Fall From Elevator Shaft
320 201860236 12/01/2010 0452110 X 1796 Employee Crushed On Top Of An Elevator

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