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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 84677.015 04/20/2016 0214200 X Worker Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
82 110887.01 10/23/2018 0214200   Employee Sustains Unidentified Multiple Injuries In Fall Dow
83 133917.01 03/10/2021 0214200 X Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
84 82734.015 02/02/2016 0214200 X Employee Caught In Elevator Doors And Killed.
85 014562615 07/27/1988 0214700 X 1796 Employee Killed When Caught Between An Elevator And Platform
86 014562102 10/13/1989 0214700 X 1542 Employee Killed In Fall From Snorkelift
87 200150779 07/16/2003 0214700 X 1731 Employee Is Killed By Fall Into Elevator Shaft
88 133840.01 03/05/2021 0215000 X Employee Is Killed In Elevator Incident
89 98314.015 08/18/2017 0215000 X Employee Falls From Temporary Work Platform And Is Killed
90 69872.015 01/09/2015 0215000 X Elevator Installer Is Fatally Crushed Between Basement And E
91 19375.015 03/28/2012 0215000 X Employee Contacts Energized Parts And Is Electrocuted
92 93670.015 03/03/2017 0215000   Employee Is Struck By Elevator Suspension Cable And Is Injur
93 70095.015 01/21/2015 0215000 X Employee Falls And Down An Unprotected Elevator Shaft And Is
94 84481.015 04/01/2016 0215000 X Two Employees Are Killed When A Platform Collapses
95 119027.01 08/02/2019 0215000 X Worker Is Killed In Fall From Elevator
96 55348.015 12/04/2013 0215000 X Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
97 76516.015 05/05/2015 0215000 X Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
98 28895.015 07/16/2012 0215000 X Employee Is Injured From A Fall Down An Elevator Shaft
99 102455.01 01/23/2018 0215000 X Employee Falls Down An Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
100 55649.015 12/14/2013 0215000 X Employee Is Struck By A Falling Brick And Is Killed

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