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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 112324.01 12/27/2018 0627700   Employee Trips And Falls Over Cable Loading Lawn Mower Onto
62 112286.01 12/26/2018 0521400   Employee Is Struck By Falling Pallet Jack, Falls, And Incurs
63 112175.01 12/26/2018 0214500   Employees Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall From Ladder
64 112125.01 12/23/2018 0950612   Employee Fractures Hip And Leg When Struck By Pressure Cooke
65 113226.01 12/21/2018 0950614   Employee Fractures Hip In Fall From Ladder
66 112597.01 12/21/2018 0552652   Employee Fractures Hip And Arm In Fall From Crane Bridge
67 111971.01 12/15/2018 0524500   Employee Falls Off Of Ladder And Sustains Multiple Contusion
68 114322.01 12/13/2018 0950625   Employee Fractures Hip In Fall From Ladder
69 115772.01 12/11/2018 0950621   Employee Falls And Fractures Left Hip After Rolling Scaffol
70 111959.01 12/11/2018 0521100   Employee Falls From Raised Platform And Fractures Hip And Su
71 111823.01 12/10/2018 0950615   Employee Is Pinned Under Trash Bin And Fractures Hip
72 115299.01 12/10/2018 0950644   Employee Suffers Fractures When Forklift Falls From Truck
73 114267.01 12/06/2018 0950624   Employee Falls From Step Ladder And Suffers Multiple Injurie
74 111856.01 12/06/2018 0728500   Employee Is Struck By Forklift And Fractures Pelvis
75 111848.01 12/04/2018 0522300   Employee Sustains Internal Injuries And Fractures Hip When S
76 111677.01 12/03/2018 0950615   Arborist Sustains Fractured Hip In Fall
77 111484.01 12/02/2018 0111700   Employee Trips Over Phone Cord, Fractures Hip And Sustains M
78 111876.01 11/27/2018 0950644   Employee Trips And Falls, And Later Dies
79 111821.01 11/24/2018 0418800   Employee Is Run Over By Trailer And Fractures Pelvis
80 111405.01 11/21/2018 0418300   Employee Falls Through Skylight And Sustains Multiple Fractu

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