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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201342201 08/27/2001 0729700 X 1521 Three Employees Killed In Confined Space
182 200851764 08/06/2001 0215000 X 5193 Employee Killed In Fall Into Sewer Manhole
183 170667141 07/01/2001 0111500   1541 Employee Injured When Struck By Flying Pipe Plug In Manhole
184 201082930 04/26/2001 0950625 X 1799 Employees When Entering Into A Confined Space Vault Area
185 201952892 04/16/2001 0522000   1623 Three Employees Injured When Sewer Plug Exploded
186 201281102 04/02/2001 0418100 X 1794 Employee Killed When Roller Machine Landed On Him
187 202311486 03/05/2001 0420600   1623 Employee Injured When Caught By Power Roller
188 201063641 03/05/2001 0950632   4911 Employee Injured When Ankle Fractured By Truck'S Stabilizer
189 201631447 02/08/2001 1054111   1623 Employee Fractured Ribs After Sliding Into Manhole
190 201794203 01/25/2001 0950644   1611 Employee Injured When Struck By Automobile
191 200969384 01/08/2001 0352450   2851 Employee Burned From Flash Fire
192 200690352 12/11/2000 0112600   1623 Employee Suffers Amputation Of Finger
193 170209019 11/13/2000 0950632   1611 Employee Falls Into Manhole Breaking Both Legs
194 201040755 09/26/2000 0953220 X 1623 Two Employees Die After Inhaling Gas In Sewer Manhole
195 200100873 09/01/2000 0522300 X 8711 Two Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Manhole
196 202074571 08/18/2000 0453730 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By Pneumatic Bag
197 201404241 08/16/2000 0552651   1711 Employee Lost Balance Removing Manhole Cover Falling 12 Feet
198 201271129 06/28/2000 0418300 X 8711 Employee Drowns In Manhole
199 201153764 05/22/2000 0950633 X 1731 Employees Asphyxiated While Working In Manhole
200 200150316 02/08/2000 0214700 X 8999 One Employee Killed, One Injured, In Fall Into Storm Drain

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