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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 200031219 02/02/2001 0521700   4212 Employee Paralyzed - Fell Into Hole During Rubbish Removal
122 201793965 01/18/2001 0950644   1622 Employee Injured When Pole Crashes Through Cab Of Excavator
123 171011364 12/02/2000 0950631   1751 Employee Paralyzed After Breaking Neck In Fall From Ladder
124 201033586 10/21/2000 0950635   7349 Two Employees Are Injured In Fall From Scaffold
125 201063781 09/03/2000 0950632   1751 Employee Injured In Fall
126 200610566 05/24/2000 0111700   3433 Employee Injured When Rotating Shaft Entangles Hair
127 201062940 03/25/2000 0950632   5511 Employee Injures Back Moving Boxes
128 200672459 03/02/2000 0418800 X 8093 Employee Killed In Fall Down Stairwell
129 201483252 02/15/2000 0950622   782 Employee Paralyzed In Fall From Snowy Roof
130 201062619 11/23/1999 0950632   783 Employee Paralyzed After Fall From Roof
131 201611431 10/03/1999 1054118   139 Employee Paralyzed After Falling Off A Tractor
132 201032786 10/01/1999 0950635   1771 Employee Injured In Fall Through Form Work Decking
133 200740504 08/16/1999 0213100   2048 Employee Killed In Fall From Conveyor
134 170902555 04/25/1999 0950645   8069 Employee Paralyzed From Nitrogen Saturation
135 201100997 02/24/1999 0950623   2411 Employee Injured When Struck In Head By Chunk Of Wood
136 170866248 01/05/1999 0950621   1761 Employee Paralyzed When Steel Column Overturns
137 200370302 12/01/1998 0454510   5211 Two Employees Injured In Fall From Elevated Pallet
138 201032042 11/09/1998 0950635 X 5052 One Employee Killed, One Paralyzed When Stacker Collapses
139 201791902 10/20/1998 0950644   783 Employee Paralyzed After Fall From Tree
140 201151677 08/03/1998 0950633   7538 Employee Is Injured When Truck Tire Blows Up

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