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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202220638 09/18/2007 0111100 X 7389 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Guy
2 137871.01 08/05/2021 0111100 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed When Excavator Falls Into Exc
3 114844.01 03/27/2019 0111100   Employee Is Caught Between Excavator And Concrete Wall And R
4 202220828 08/18/2011 0111100 X 8711 Employee Is Killed By Backing Dump Truck
5 118006.01 07/13/2019 0111100   Employee Burns, Cuts Leg With Pressure Hose, Later Infected
6 200460327 02/27/1999 0111400   1629 Employee Injured When Struck By Flying Section Of Pipe
7 200460335 04/06/1998 0111400 X 8713 Employee Killed When Run Over By Excavator
8 73503.015 01/22/2015 0111400   Line Worker Is Struck By A Utility Pole Dunnage And Fracture
9 200460830 08/24/2000 0111400   1794 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
10 200461838 02/01/2005 0111400 X 1521 Employee Is Killed By Falling Pipe
11 200461150 05/18/2001 0111400 X 1623 Employee Killed When Rubble Wall Of Excavation Collapsed
12 200460319 08/28/1998 0111400 X 1791 Employee Killed When Run Over By Excavator
13 86201.015 06/21/2016 0111500 X Employee Struck By Excavator And Is Killed
14 201523925 01/08/2012 0111500 X 1771 Employee Is Injured When Excavator Tips Over, Later Dies
15 81640.015 12/08/2015 0111500 X Employee Is Killed When Struck In Head By Rebar
16 201523115 03/12/2008 0111500   1794 Employee Fractures Leg When Caught By Bucket And Track
17 201520020 06/27/1996 0111500   1794 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
18 201522836 10/24/2006 0111500 X 782 Employee Is Killed As Mini Excavator Tips Over
19 201520939 05/03/2000 0111500 X 1542 One Employee Killed, One Injured When Dozer Fell Into Trench
20 200610962 04/02/2001 0111700   1623 Employee Injured When Concrete Pipe Fell

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