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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 69214.015 11/18/2014 0111400 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Truck
162 69109.015 11/12/2014 0213400 X Employee Is Struck In The Head By Trash Container And Is Kil
163 68030.015 09/17/2014 0521100 X Employee Crushed By Garbage Truck'S Hydraulic Powered Compac
164 67889.015 09/10/2014 0627700 X Employee Crushed And Killed By Garbage Truck
165 66089.015 08/11/2014 0418100 X Employee'S Leg Is Amputated In Truck Roll Over And Is Killed
166 68908.015 06/20/2014 0316100 X Employee Is Struck By Garbage Truck And Is Killed
167 62969.015 06/08/2014 0626600 X Employee Falls From Garbage Truck And Is Killed
168 201498649 02/25/2014 0950625   4212 Employee'S Fingers Is Caught And Amputated On Object
169 56408.015 01/07/2014 0625500 X Employee Struck By Vehicle Is Killed
170 202692257 12/10/2013 0950624   4953 Employee Fractures Hip And Leg In Slip And Fall
171 57328.015 12/09/2013 0625700 X Employee Is Struck By Vehicle And Is Killed
172 202719035 12/03/2013 0950612   4212 Truck Driver Falls While Climbing On Truck
173 55247.015 12/02/2013 0524700 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Roll-Off Dumpster Containe
174 200376622 11/29/2013 0454510 X 9199 Employee Is Struck By Garbage Truck And Killed
175 201130051 11/08/2013 0950613   4212 Employee Is Struck By Car And Injures Legs
176 54086.015 10/15/2013 0316400 X Employee Is Stung By Bee, Causing An Allergic Reaction, And
177 202718599 09/21/2013 0950633   4953 Employee Catches Leg Between Bin And Truck And Is Fractured
178 202509956 07/25/2013 0950622   4953 Employee Injures Ribs And Punctures Lung In Fall From Truck
179 200535862 06/19/2013 0751910 X 5093 Worker Is Crushed Between Truck And Trailer
180 46467.015 06/09/2013 0626700 X Employee Suffers Heat Stroke And Is Killed

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