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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 014411284 04/13/1999 0626700   1389 Four Employees Injured By Falling Oil Well Apparatus
42 201981321 10/13/1998 0950411 X 1799 Employee Killed When Struck By Water Tank
43 125408005 10/02/1998 0551800 X 1799 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Tank
44 200200673 09/02/1998 0418200 X 1623 Two Employees Killed In Fall From Communications Tower
45 014242259 04/03/1998 0317500 X 5032 Employee Killed In Fall From Hoist Chain
46 125892059 01/29/1998 0950633 X 1731 Employee Killed In Fall From Communications Tower
47 200780302 12/01/1997 0626300 X 1522 Employee Killed When Struck By Steel Truss
48 170787576 06/10/1997 0950621   7011 Employee'S Skull Fractured By Chain Hoisting Line
49 200210201 12/28/1996 0626000 X 1629 Employee Killed When Struck By Flying Cable
50 200210029 02/13/1996 0626000 X 1381 Employee Killed When Personnel Basket Falls
51 170903025 11/01/1995 0950644   4953 Employee'S Hand Injured While Dismantling Drill Rod
52 000567669 06/18/1995 0627100 X 1799 One Employee Killed, One Injured, In Fall From Hoist
53 000571919 07/26/1994 0625400 X 1381 Employee Killed When Pulled Into Hoist Drum
54 170606750 04/20/1994 0950641   1442 Employee'S Leg Fractured By Falling Crane Ball
55 000774448 10/30/1993 0625400 X 1389 Roustabout Fatally Struck By Falling Metal Platform
56 170199764 06/25/1991 0950626   174 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling A-Frame
57 170199533 05/22/1991 0950626   1381 Employee'S Hand Crushed Between Chain And Roller On Forklift
58 014385926 04/10/1986 0521700 X 1761 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Hoist
59 014470694 03/19/1986 0316700 X 3441 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Falling Spreader Bar
60 000686741 08/28/1985 0854910 X 1629 Construction Employee Fell 375 Feet When Work Platform Broke

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