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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202369351 08/25/2012 1055360 X 1521 Employee Falls From Collapsed Platform And Is Killed
2 170006084 01/08/1996 1055360 X 3355 Employee Killed In Collision With Lift Truck
3 170007876 03/22/2001 1055360 X 5082 Employee Killed When Caught Between A Forlift And A Motor
4 171135502 01/04/2002 1055360 X 5211 Construction Tire Falls On Employee Fatally Injuring Him
5 170250526 07/17/1995 1055360 X 5083 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Forklift
6 170247308 08/11/1992 1055350 X 5148 Employee Killed When Caught Between Forklift And Door
7 202369476 11/27/2012 1055350   723 Employees Inhales Carbon Monoxide Are Hospitalized
8 170234918 08/28/1993 1055350   139 Employee'S Arm Broken In Fall From Tractor
9 202369260 07/07/2012 1055350 X 175 Fruit Worker Is Killed In Forklift Rollover
10 170236715 09/16/1991 1055350   9131 Employee Injured When Struck By Heavy Load
11 170250468 11/12/1992 1055350   8211 Employee'S Leg Injured When Run Over By Forklift Wheel
12 170247845 09/06/1997 1055350 X 175 Employee Killed When Backing Forklift Falls Off Ramp
13 171038128 07/08/1997 1055350   2421 Employee'S Leg Fractured When Forklift Overturns
14 170236970 08/29/1994 1055350   2621 Employee Injured When Struck By Forklift
15 171038573 10/10/1997 1055350   8211 Employee'S Foot Crushed When Forklift Overturns
16 171043979 09/03/2000 1055350 X 4213 Employee Killed When Forklift Overturns
17 170794358 07/05/2001 1055350 X 4221 Employee Killed When Vehicle Hits Tractor
18 170234066 09/29/1994 1055350   5159 Employee Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
19 170234512 09/08/1999 1055350   5148 Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
20 170234603 12/03/1998 1055350   723 Employee Suffers From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide

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