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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 202252532 11/05/2013 0953210 X 1611 Four Employees Are Struck By Vehicle, Two Are Killed
222 201408705 11/04/2013 0552651 X 1622 Two Employees Are Struck By Flatbed Truck, One Is Killed
223 202658613 11/04/2013 0950643   1611 Employee Sustains Fractured Rib And Face In Compactor Slide
224 202654927 11/02/2013 0950612 X 1799 Employee Is Struck By Vehicle And Killed
225 170784714 09/26/2013 0950621 X 1611 Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Trailer
226 200627008 09/17/2013 0454711 X 782 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Vehicle
227 202676128 09/17/2013 0950621   1611 Worker'S Legs Are Amputated When He Is Struck By Truck
228 202675583 09/16/2013 0950621   1611 Worker Is Struck By Vehicle And Her Shoulder Is Fractured
229 52569.015 09/12/2013 0420600 X Employee Is Struck By Car In Traffic And Is Killed
230 202718649 09/11/2013 0950633   1611 Skid Steer Operator Falls And Fractures Hip And Leg
231 52306.015 09/06/2013 0626600 X Employee Is Struck By Traffic Debris And Is Killed
232 200361855 08/27/2013 0453710 X 1623 Two Workers Are Struck By Motor Vehicle And One Is Killed
233 51366.015 08/22/2013 0626700 X Employee Is Struck By Pickup Truck And Is Killed
234 50866.015 08/19/2013 0419400 X Employee Is Thrown From Forklift And Is Killed
235 202691879 08/15/2013 0950624   1731 Electrician Is Injured By Electric Shock
236 200376531 08/12/2013 0454510 X 1623 Employee Is Struck By Truck, Later Dies
237 49346.015 07/29/2013 0729700 X Employee Is Stuck By Motor Vehicle And Is Killed
238 201703758 07/26/2013 1054115 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Crushed In Logger Truck
239 202658548 07/23/2013 0950643   1622 Employee Suffers Burns To The Body
240 202588646 07/10/2013 0950614   1611 Employee Suffers Heat-Related Illness While Widening Highway

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