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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202470357 09/26/2011 0950643 X 1381 Employee Is Killed During Disassembly Of Drilling Rig
42 200041879 09/20/2011 0653510 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Blowout Preventer
43 200645158 09/08/2011 0627700 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pump Jack
44 201076783 06/07/2011 0950632 X 1381 Employee Dies From Possible Heart Attack While On Break
45 200813194 04/14/2011 0627510 X 1381 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Bale
46 200212892 04/01/2011 0626000 X 1381 Employee Is Struck By Bolt And Is Killed
47 202470258 03/25/2011 0950643   1389 Oil Rig Worker Amputates Finger While Installing Well Flange
48 200556363 03/09/2011 0625700 X 1381 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Truck And Tank
49 202470092 03/03/2011 0950643   1381 Falling Industrial Truck Parts Fracture Worker'S Femur
50 201371440 01/14/2011 0317700 X 1381 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Pipe
51 200212876 11/27/2010 0626000 X 1381 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Drilling Rig Track
52 200785111 10/26/2010 0626300 X 1381 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
53 200813087 09/19/2010 0627510 X 1311 Employee Is Killed When High-Pressure Hose Ruptures
54 200714038 09/15/2010 0636900 X 1381 Oil And Gas Well Worker Is Killed In Fall
55 200542033 07/23/2010 0317500 X 1381 Two Employees Are Killed In Oil Tank Fire
56 200263879 05/17/2010 0627100 X 1381 Employee Is Electrocuted While Setting Up Rig
57 200813038 05/12/2010 0627510 X 1311 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Rig Monkeyboard
58 200813020 05/05/2010 0627510 X 1381 Employee Is Killed When Swung Into Rig Tongs
59 201345246 10/26/2009 0729700   1389 Employee Is Burned When Handling Burning Bucket
60 200812931 10/21/2009 0627400 X 1389 Employee Is Electrocuted By Power Lines

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