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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 107614.01 06/22/2018 0950632   Employee'S Leg Is Pierced By Metal Wire And Wound Becomes In
22 106436.01 06/09/2018 0950623   Volunteer Firefighter Loses Consciousness Upon Arrival To Sc
23 109914.01 06/08/2018 0950611   Firefighter Recruit Sustains Knee Injury While Training
24 111221.01 05/28/2018 0950621   Employee Suffers Burns While Fighting A Structural Fire
25 107593.01 05/28/2018 0551701 X Fire Fighter Killed During A Dive Rescue Attempt
26 109957.01 05/01/2018 0950647   Employee Is Exposed To Contaminated Spore Dust
27 105709.01 04/23/2018 0950624   Fire Fighter Sustains Burns In Burning House
28 104772.01 03/26/2018 0253420   Employee Is Fighting Structural Fire And Is Hospitalized Wit
29 104521.01 03/23/2018 0253650 X Employee Is Overcome Through Smoke Inhalation During Five Al
30 105248.01 01/31/2018 0253420   Employee Is Struck In The Head By Fire Hose Coupling And Suf
31 103216.01 12/27/2017 0551701   Employee Suffers Smoke Inhalation And Burns While Fighting F
32 102217.01 12/14/2017 0950643 X Employee Is Trapped By Fire And Is Killed
33 104809.01 12/13/2017 0950633   Employee Sustains Heat Exhaustion And Dehydration During Fir
34 105887.01 12/13/2017 0950615   Fire Fighter/Engineer With Thyroid Cancer Undergoes Surgery
35 101181.01 11/04/2017 0253680 X Firefighter Died At Home Within 24 Hours Of Response
36 100077.01 10/17/2017 0950615   Fire Fighter Has Leg Cramps During Training Due To Low Blood
37 100321.01 10/17/2017 0253410   Firefighter Collapses During Smokehouse Training
38 100235.01 10/17/2017 0950612   Fire Fighter Falls Off Cliff And Sustains Face Trauma, Fract
39 99521.015 09/09/2017 0950611   Employee Falls From Fire Truck Onto Street
40 99259.015 08/18/2017 1054191   Employee Is Hospitalized With Heat Exhaustion

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