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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 133737.01 03/01/2021 0626300 X Employee Is Killed After Being Struck By Overinflated Tire A
2 132528.01 01/20/2021 0134000 X Employee Is Killed By Falling Car Hauler Trailer
3 131703.01 12/13/2020 0524200 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Aircraft Push Back
4 132065.01 12/09/2020 0950625 X Employee Dies After Decking Collapses
5 124240.01 02/22/2020 0418200 X Employee Crushes Skull When Struck By Automobile Falling Fro
6 122475.01 12/05/2019 0317300 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Dump Truck Bed
7 113632.01 01/15/2019 0551701   Employee'S Left Hand Is Crushed In Snow Plow Lift
8 109832.01 10/06/2018 0316100 X Employee Is Crushed By Garbage Truck'S Hydraulic Lift And Is
9 109277.01 09/18/2018 0524700 X Employee Is Struck By Pickup Truck And Is Killed
10 108572.01 08/24/2018 0524530 X Employee Is Struck By Dumpster As It Falls From Hydraulic Li
11 106450.01 06/06/2018 1032300   Employee'S Fingertips Are Amputated Between Metal Surfaces
12 103664.01 03/06/2018 0257230 X Employee Contacts 7,500 Volt Power Line And Is Electrocuted
13 103502.01 02/28/2018 0626000   Employee'S Arm Is Crushed When Caught Between Plate And Roll
14 103300.01 02/13/2018 0214200   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Falling Gravel And Bucket
15 101751.01 12/19/2017 0626700 X Employee Is Electrocuted
16 101581.01 12/11/2017 0355111 X Employee Is Struck In The Head By Honda Pilot When It Falls
17 100706.01 11/10/2017 0830500   Employee'S Toe Is Amputated During Hoisting Operation
18 101995.01 09/27/2017 0215800 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Dump Truck Trailer And Mat
19 99471.015 09/27/2017 0215800 X Employee Is Crushed By Dump Truck Trailer And Materials
20 99688.015 09/27/2017 0552652   Employee Suffers Crushing Injuries While Working Under Vehic

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