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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 201781408 07/24/2011 0936400 X 851 Employee Is Struck In Head By Hydraulic Ram Assembly
222 201780723 10/02/2004 0935000 X 851 Firefighter Killed In Prescribed Burn Operation
223 201781135 07/25/2008 0935000 X 9199 Employee Is Killed By Falling Tree
224 201780459 07/28/2002 0935000 X 9512 Three Are Killed, Two Injured When Fire Engine Overturns
225 000967398 10/02/1999 0935000 X 851 Fire Fighter Injured When Struck By Boulder, Later Dies
226 201781119 07/26/2008 0935000 X 851 Employee Is Killed In Forest Fire
227 201780947 10/26/2006 0935000 X 851 Wildfire Burned Over Fire Truck, Kills Five Firemen
228 201780145 08/09/1999 0935000   851,7999 Employees Injured Fighting A Forest Fire
229 201781259 07/21/2009 0935000 X 851 Firefighter Is Killed In Fall During Helicopter Training
230 201751047 07/02/2002 0830600 X 851 Wildland Firefighter Is Killed While Felling Trees
231 000905364 07/06/1994 0830500 X 9512 Fourteen Employees Killed Fighting Forest Fire
232 000521609 09/19/1991 0830500 X 9512 Employee Struck By Falling Snag While Firefighting
233 201573144 08/17/2006 0830500 X 9512 Firefighter Is Killed In Wildfire
234 201861309 09/03/2001 0830100 X 851 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Burnt Tree
235 014431621 08/10/1988 0830100 X 851 Employee Killed As Truck Overturns Down Bank
236 200520674 04/09/1998 0751910 X 9224 Two Employees Killed, Six Injured Fighting Propane Fire
237 000828160 06/26/1990 0751910   9224 Fire Fighters Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia
238 200521490 12/22/1999 0751910 X 9224 Three Fire Fighters Perish While Rescuing Children In Blaze
239 200521482 04/07/2000 0751910 X 9224 Fire Fighter Killed And Coworker Injured In Explosion
240 001002153 02/13/1989 0751910   9224,711 Employees Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia From Spill

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