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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 106346.01 06/01/2018 0751910   Traffic Control Flagger Passes Out From Heat Exhaustion
62 106365.01 05/31/2018 0627500   Employee'S Finger Is Smashed By Treading Tool
63 106103.01 05/31/2018 0950631 X Highway Workers Struck And Killed In Work Zone
64 106078.01 05/24/2018 0830100   Employee Is Struck By Road Grader And Three Ribs Are Broken
65 105941.01 05/23/2018 0454510 X Employee Is Struck By A Car While Clearing Vegetation Along
66 105981.01 05/23/2018 0355114 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By A School Bus
67 105511.01 05/11/2018 0316400 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Work Truck
68 105399.01 05/08/2018 0855610   Employee In Road Work Zone Is Struck By Vehicle And Fracture
69 112700.01 05/03/2018 0419700 X Employee Falls From Moving Vehicle And Is Killed
70 105383.01 05/01/2018 0454716   Employee Flagging Traffic Is Struck By Vehicle, Incurs Multi
71 104847.01 04/10/2018 0420600   Employee Handling Rocks Amputates One Finger And Crushes Ano
72 104534.01 04/06/2018 0419700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Motor Vehicle
73 104553.01 04/04/2018 0253650 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Motor Vehicle
74 104601.01 03/26/2018 0626300   Employee Operating Sweeper Is Struck By Motor Vehicle
75 104225.01 03/16/2018 0355111   Employee Working Along Highway Is Run Over And Legs Are Frac
76 104207.01 03/16/2018 0950631   Foreman'S Hand Is Caught In Backhoe Bucket And Crushed
77 104093.01 03/15/2018 0418800   Two Employees Are Injured When A Car Loses Control And Strik
78 103902.01 03/07/2018 0751910   Gas Station Employee Is Dragged By Truck On Highway
79 102994.01 02/09/2018 0418100 X Employee Is Struck By Motor Vehicle While In Highway Work Zo
80 102854.01 02/04/2018 0418800 X Two Employees Killed By Concrete Barrier Landing On Them.

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