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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 111484.01 12/02/2018 0111700   Employee Trips Over Phone Cord, Fractures Hip And Sustains M
62 111876.01 11/27/2018 0950644   Employee Trips And Falls, And Later Dies
63 111821.01 11/24/2018 0418800   Employee Is Run Over By Trailer And Fractures Pelvis
64 111405.01 11/21/2018 0418300   Employee Falls Through Skylight And Sustains Multiple Fractu
65 111882.01 11/19/2018 0418800   Employee Falls And Is Struck By Hand Truck, Fractures Hip
66 112522.01 11/19/2018 0552652   Employee Fractures And Lacerates Hip In Fall From Extension
67 111466.01 11/16/2018 0950633   Employee Injures Hip After Falling Over Bag Of Salt
68 112319.01 11/09/2018 0111100   Employee Trips And Falls Backward Over Pallet And Fractures
69 111025.01 11/08/2018 0552652   Crane Falls Over And Employee Incurs Multiple Fractures When
70 111099.01 11/08/2018 0317500   Employee Falls Through Roof Opening And Sustains Multiple Fr
71 110914.01 11/06/2018 0418100   Employee Breaks Hip And Leg In Fall From Ladder
72 113372.01 11/05/2018 0950643   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Hip
73 110707.01 11/05/2018 1050210   Employee Falls From Roof And Fractures Hip
74 115443.01 10/31/2018 0950632   Employee Slips And Falls And Fractures Hip
75 111036.01 10/31/2018 0950644   Employee Slips, Loses Balance, And Falls Fracturing And Disl
76 110728.01 10/29/2018 0352450   Employee Sustains Contusions To Back, Hip, And Leg In Fall F
77 110981.01 10/26/2018 0950614   Employee Fractures Hip After Falling To Ground
78 110595.01 10/24/2018 0419700   Employee Falls Through Roof Skylight And Sustains Multiple F
79 110562.01 10/24/2018 0950612   Employee Fractures Arm And Hip While Trying To Stop Two Golf
80 110393.01 10/19/2018 0524500   Employee Fractures Hip And Wrist In Fall From Elevated Work

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