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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
501 200373058 05/11/2004 0454510 X 1799 Employee Is Killed After Being Struck By A Rolling Object
502 201486552 04/15/2004 0950622   1794 Worker Sustains A Broken Wrist When Excavator Tips Over
503 202086690 04/07/2004 0524700   4226 Employee Falls From Boom And Is Injured
504 200528529 04/05/2004 0751910 X 1622 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Excavator Bucket
505 202443016 03/17/2004 0950633   1622 Two Employees Injured In Fall With Excavator Bucket
506 201772407 02/25/2004 0213900   7549 Employee Struck By Falling Object
507 170839146 02/12/2004 0950615   1794 Employee'S Skull Is Fractured In Fall From Excavator
508 200921476 02/11/2004 0355111 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By Excavator
509 201352358 01/09/2004 0419700 X 1623,1629 Employee Drowns In Excavation
510 200211449 12/09/2003 0626000 X 4491 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Clamshell Bucket
511 200772929 11/20/2003 0134000   1622 Employee Is Impaled With Piece Of Steel
512 200611580 10/17/2003 0111700 X 1794 Employee Killed When Struck By Boom Of Excavator
513 201362068 10/10/2003 0419400 X 1629 Employee Is Killed When Struck By A Tree
514 202343406 10/06/2003 0352440 X 1623 Employee Pinned In Trench
515 201165446 10/02/2003 0950641   1795 Employee Struck By Moving Machine Parts
516 201096781 09/24/2003 0950645   4212 Employee Injures Foot When Struck By Concrete Block
517 201158193 09/16/2003 0950633   1794 Employee Injured When Struck By Excavator Bucket
518 201380599 09/12/2003 0214500 X 1751 Employee Killed When Struck In Head By Excavator
519 201158136 09/03/2003 0950633   1623 Employee Injures Arm When Caught By Suspended Load
520 201281615 08/29/2003 0418100 X 1623 Employee Run Over By A Hydraulic Excavator And Dies

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