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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 200374288 07/27/2007 0454510 X 2038 Employee Is Killed While Adjusting Crane
122 201183795 07/03/2007 0950611   1522 Employee Injured In Backward Fall When Impaled On Rebar
123 201613460 06/14/2007 1054113   2434 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Piece Of Wood
124 202495982 05/23/2007 0950612   1741 Employee Falls, Is Impaled And Killed
125 201148574 01/08/2007 0950631   4822 Employee Is Injured In Fall
126 202445110 10/09/2006 0950633   4225 Employee Is Impaled By Forklift Fork, Suffers Puncture Wound
127 201636503 10/09/2006 1054111   1521 Employee Is Impaled In Fall From Ladder
128 201070018 09/20/2006 0950632   2431 Employee'S Arm Is Impaled By Wood In Saw Kick Back
129 202516688 08/13/2006 0950624   2022 Employee Is Impaled While Jumping To Lower Level
130 202004826 08/12/2006 0317000 X 182 Employee Is Killed When Impaled On Equipment
131 200812188 08/01/2006 0627400 X 1794 Employee Is Struck In Head, During Backhoe Operation, Dies
132 201088176 07/18/2006 0950625   1711 Drywall Installer Impales Leg In Fall From Scaffold
133 201203197 03/21/2006 1054114 X 2411 Employee Is Impaled By Log
134 202472585 03/14/2006 0950644 X 2499 Employee Is Killed By Wood While Operating Rip Saw
135 201179181 01/09/2006 0950621   181 Employee Impales Finger On Bolt While Working On Harvester
136 202452041 12/01/2005 0950642   2431 Employee Amputates Fingers Operating Rip Saw
137 200901643 05/25/2005 0418400 X 2421 Employee Is Struck By Ejected Lumber And Later Dies
138 202364618 01/31/2005 1055330 X 1521 Employee Is Killed When Impaled By A Fence Post
139 201166329 10/16/2004 0950641   783 Employee'S Arm Injured In Fall From Ladder
140 201991254 08/20/2004 0950411 X 1795 Employee Dies After Falling From Ladder Onto Stanchion

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