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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 82592.015 01/06/2016 0951510 X Employee Is Struck By Tree Branch And Killed
222 81640.015 12/08/2015 0111500 X Employee Is Killed When Struck In Head By Rebar
223 81193.015 11/18/2015 0625400 X Employee Is Struck By Detached Excavator Bucket And Is Kille
224 81126.015 11/17/2015 0625700 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Wood Mats And Is Killed
225 80499.015 10/22/2015 0355118 X Employee Overturns Excavator And Is Killed
226 80067.015 10/06/2015 0950612 X Employee Was Struck And Killed By An Excavator Bucket
227 80199.015 10/02/2015 0454712 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Attachment On Boom Of Trac
228 79897.015 09/28/2015 0453710 X Two Employees Are Electrocuted, One Injured When Excavator B
229 79191.015 08/27/2015 0523900 X Employee Is Killed In Fall On Barge
230 75991.015 03/30/2015 0316300 X Employee In An Excavator Struck And Killed By Concrete Beam.
231 75366.015 03/30/2015 0355112 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Concrete Pier Piling
232 75203.015 03/23/2015 0950615 X Employee Has Fatal Heart Attack
233 75067.015 03/17/2015 0215800 X Employee Driving Excavator Is Killed When Head Is Crushed Be
234 80065.015 01/30/2015 0950612   Worker Performing Excavation Hits Gas Pipeline
235 76065.015 01/30/2015 0950621   Worker Is Struck And Bruised By Excavator Bucket
236 73503.015 01/22/2015 0111400   Line Worker Is Struck By A Utility Pole Dunnage And Fracture
237 70089.015 01/19/2015 0522000 X Worker Is Killed When Struck And Crushed By Excavator.
238 70044.015 01/16/2015 0352400   One Employee Is Killed, Two Injured When Concrete Barrier Fa
239 76683.015 01/15/2015 0215000   Employee'S Leg Is Amputated When An Excavator Falls Into Bas
240 70263.015 01/12/2015 0950611   Worker'S Finger Is Caught Between Wall And Debris And Requir

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