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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 202654455 05/15/2013 0950612   1442 Employee Injured Falling From Flatbed
182 202600441 05/22/2010 0950612   1623 Employee Struck By Moving Excavator
183 202311957 06/05/1999 0950612 X 1521 Employee Killed When Run Over By Tractor Trailer
184 202311536 12/04/1998 0950612 X 1542 Employee Killed When Hit In Head By Piece Of Metal
185 80065.015 01/30/2015 0950612   Worker Performing Excavation Hits Gas Pipeline
186 80067.015 10/06/2015 0950612 X Employee Was Struck And Killed By An Excavator Bucket
187 98547.015 05/15/2017 0950611   Employee Is Struck By Excavator, Incurs Chest Fracture
188 94459.015 01/15/2017 0950611   Construction Foreman Directing Rigging Has Two Finger Amputa
189 201181070 01/15/2002 0950611 X 1795 Corporate Executive Killed In Structural Collapse
190 201180049 12/07/1998 0950611   1629 Employee Injured When Pinned Between Excavator And Shoring
191 70263.015 01/12/2015 0950611   Worker'S Finger Is Caught Between Wall And Debris And Requir
192 201187218 03/12/2014 0950611   1771 Worker'S Legs Are Fractured When Struck By Falling Beam
193 202561452 06/07/2012 0950411 X 1611 Employee Is Killed During Road Excavation.
194 201988805 03/13/2003 0950411   1771 Employee Had A Concussion
195 201992039 09/16/2005 0950411 X 1611 Employee Electrocuted When Excavator Boom Hits Power Line
196 202560546 10/16/2008 0950411   1623 Employee'S Leg And Hip Are Fractured By Excavator
197 201988953 02/06/2003 0950411 X 1731 Employee Died After Being Caught In Excavator
198 37336.015 08/02/2012 0936400 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Equipment
199 32435.015 10/23/2012 0936300 X Employee Is Trapped Between A Crane And Vehicle And Is Kille
200 201780012 06/19/1998 0935000 X 1623 Employee'S Head Crushed When Excavator Tips Over

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