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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 114953.01 03/18/2019 0418200 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Motor Vehicle
82 114857.01 03/14/2019 1055360 X Employee Falls From Truck And Is Killed
83 114418.01 03/13/2019 0418600 X Employee In Work Zone Is Struck By Vehicle And Dies
84 118694.01 03/13/2019 0253620 X Employee Is Killed When Vehicle Is Struck By Tractor Trailer
85 114520.01 02/25/2019 0317300   Employee Is Pinned Between Construction Vehicles And Fractur
86 114480.01 02/22/2019 0950625   Employee Setting Up Traffic Protection Signs Incurs Multiple
87 113742.01 02/13/2019 0626600 X Employee Killed When Struck By Motor Vehicle
88 113627.01 02/12/2019 0626600 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Motor Vehicle
89 113328.01 01/25/2019 0418600   Employee Standing On Conveyor Belt Sustains Ankle Fracture
90 112627.01 01/07/2019 0522500   Employee Falls From Elevated Basket And Incurs Multiple Inju
91 112380.01 01/07/2019 0420600   Employee Falls From Elevated Section Of Interstate And Recei
92 114188.01 01/06/2019 0253650 X Employee Falls From Highway Bridge And Is Killed
93 112908.01 12/18/2018 0352450   Employee Is Struck By Vehicle And Incurs Multiple Injuries
94 112076.01 12/07/2018 0950621   Employee Repairing Potholes Injures Head And Body When Struc
95 111603.01 12/07/2018 0522500 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Tractor Trailer At Tempora
96 111313.01 11/27/2018 0950633 X Employee Is Struck By Car And Is Killed
97 111161.01 11/18/2018 0728500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Motor Vehicle
98 111004.01 11/15/2018 0112600 X Employee Is Run Over By Construction Equipment And Is Crushe
99 113054.01 10/19/2018 0111500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By A Vehicle The In Roadway
100 110119.01 10/10/2018 0213400   Employee Is Struck By Excavator And Fractures Leg

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