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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 201280658 01/27/2000 0418100 X 1711 Employee Killed When Struck By A Truck Hoe
202 201280617 12/08/1999 0418100 X 1623 Employee Killed When Crushed Between Manhole Wall And Riser
203 201611506 11/04/1999 1054118 X 1611 Employee Killed In A Fall From Ladder And Impalement
204 202074506 10/05/1999 0453730 X 1794 Employees Enter A Confined Space And Are Overcome
205 201032562 09/07/1999 0950635   1731 Employee Fractures Back In Fall Into Manhole
206 201112109 08/25/1999 0950643 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By Pickup Truck
207 202289427 08/23/1999 0420600 X 3732 Employee Killed In Fall Through Catamaran Opening
208 170758379 08/11/1999 0454715 X 1794 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Part
209 200521201 08/06/1999 0751910 X 4952 Employee Killed By Jet-Vac While Cleaning Sewer Line
210 201792520 08/04/1999 0950644   1711 Employee Suffers Asphyxia Due To Fume Inhalation
211 201403276 07/29/1999 0552651   1611 Front-End Loader Causes Property Damage
212 170869267 06/09/1999 0950621   1623 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder Into Manhole
213 170785760 12/06/1998 0950622   5541 Employee Working In Manhole Struck By Motor Vehicle
214 171056914 09/11/1998 0854910   1623 Employee'S Leg Fractured When Hydraulics Fail On Traxcavator
215 200210631 09/01/1998 0626000 X 1623 Employee Killed By Hydrogen Sulfide At Bottom Of Manhole
216 200710630 08/19/1998 0636900 X 1623 Two Employees Die Of Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide
217 170204929 08/14/1998 0950611   1541 Employee Injured In Fall Into Open Manhole
218 201520368 07/23/1998 0111500 X 1623 Workers Asphyxiated In A Manhole
219 200600310 07/23/1998 0625400 X 1794 Employee Killed When Buried By Concrete Manhole Caps
220 200962124 07/16/1998 0352410   1623 Employee Injured From Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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