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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
441 200053056 07/02/2007 0728900 X 7699 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Rotating Paddles
442 200784189 06/30/2007 0626300 X 1751 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
443 200676799 06/18/2007 0418800 X 1742 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
444 200331908 06/18/2007 0830300 X 1542 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
445 201183746 06/07/2007 0950611   1796 Employee'S Arm Crushed By Elevator Counterweight
446 200624252 04/17/2007 0454711 X 1741 Employee Is Killed In Fall Down Empty Elevator Shaft
447 201489523 04/16/2007 0950663   1796 Employee'S Finger Injured By Falling Counterweight
448 201043031 04/13/2007 0953220 X 7349 Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
449 201857158 04/12/2007 0452110   2015 Employee Falls Down Elevator Shaft And Is Injured
450 200676666 03/22/2007 0418800 X 9999 Employee Is Found Dead In Elevator Shaft
451 201168861 03/20/2007 0950641   1751 Employee Injured In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
452 200774677 03/08/2007 0134000 X 1751 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Floor Hole
453 200411114 03/07/2007 0317300   7699 Employee Is Injured While Repairing Freight Elevator
454 200331874 03/06/2007 0830300 X 1795 Employee Is Killed When Grain Elevator Falls Onto Track Hoe
455 201859105 02/23/2007 0452110 X 5153 Fall
456 201168440 02/22/2007 0950641   1795 Employee Fractures Leg While Cutting Cable Under Tension
457 202341731 02/05/2007 0215000 X 1799 Employee Is Crushed By Elevator And Dies
458 202341723 01/30/2007 0215000 X 1522 Employee Killed In Fall Down Elevator Shaft
459 201507258 01/24/2007 0950614   783 Employee Falls And Fractures Ankle Entering Elevator
460 201992732 01/16/2007 0950411   8221 Employee Suffers Lacerations In Fall Down Elevator Shaft

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