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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 102270.01 08/15/2017 0950631   Employee Is Having Problems With Physical Training And Later
42 101828.01 08/12/2017 0253410   Employee Is Overcome By Smoke From Shed Fire And Is Treated
43 100629.01 07/28/2017 0152300   Employee Sustains Burns To Arms After Falling In Fire Withou
44 98926.015 07/22/2017 0950621   Fire Fighter Sustains Exertional Rhabdomyolysis While Workin
45 97410.015 07/19/2017 0830100 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Tree Section And Is Killed
46 101721.01 07/11/2017 0950632   Employee Is Hospitalized For Heat Exhaustion
47 101464.01 07/08/2017 0950643   Employee Suffers From Heat Exhaustion
48 97032.015 07/06/2017 0950633   Employee Is Completing Firefighting Training At Remote Locat
49 96317.015 06/03/2017 0950641 X Fire Fighter Falls From Ladder And Is Killed
50 95459.015 05/05/2017 0950633   Firefighter Sustains Heat Related Illness From Over Exertion
51 95050.015 04/20/2017 0253650 X Firefighter Falls From A Height Of 5 Stories And Is Killed
52 95277.015 04/10/2017 0950624   Employee Ruptures Achilles Tendon While Fighting A Fire
53 95725.015 04/10/2017 0253420 X Firefighter Is Killed After Sustaining Fracture And Bilatera
54 94942.015 03/29/2017 0551701   Employee Is Injured In Fall From Fire Truck
55 92691.015 01/17/2017 0551701   Fireman Looses Airway And Falls Out Of Two-Story Window
56 91388.015 11/26/2016 0253680 X Employee Collapses While At Fire Scene And Dies From Heart A
57 93072.015 10/19/2016 1054191   Fireman Is Injured In Explosion And Is Hospitalized
58 86268.015 06/21/2016 0950647   Firefighter Hiking With Full Ppe And Tools Suffers Heat Exha
59 85548.015 03/20/2016 0454510 X Fire Fighter Is Killed When Struck And Run Over By Fire Truc
60 82352.015 12/19/2015 0253610 X Employee Is Killed When Overcome By Smoke Inhalation

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