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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 201172863 10/21/2002 0950621   1761 Employee Fractures Spine When He Falls From A Roof
122 170613541 06/03/1996 0950621   161 Employee Paralyzed As A Result Of Heat Stroke
123 202675906 09/27/2013 0950621 X 2411 Employee Is Probably Killed By Neck Fracture
124 170866248 01/05/1999 0950621   1761 Employee Paralyzed When Steel Column Overturns
125 201481314 07/08/1998 0950622   1799 Welder Paralyzed When A Fence Falls On Him
126 201483252 02/15/2000 0950622   782 Employee Paralyzed In Fall From Snowy Roof
127 170360010 05/21/1994 0950623   4911 Fall In Electric Power Generation Plant
128 201100997 02/24/1999 0950623   2411 Employee Injured When Struck In Head By Chunk Of Wood
129 170168751 10/04/1991 0950623   2411 Employee Paralyzed When Struck By Falling Tree
130 170727291 04/11/1994 0950623   2411 Employee Falls While Climbing A Bulkhead Flatcar Ladder
131 201103694 04/21/2003 0950624   241 Employee'S Head Struck The Rear Cab Of Bobcat And Paralyzed
132 170694426 01/08/1993 0950624   8611 Employee Paralyzed In Fall From Roof
133 202522231 12/03/2011 0950624   5141 Employee Hurts Back Lifting Load, Later Becomes Paralyzed
134 202522017 11/12/2011 0950624   9224 Employee Is Paralyzed During Fire Fighting Incident
135 201107083 09/26/2005 0950624   1771 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder
136 202523411 11/12/2012 0950624 X 783 Employee Falls From Haystack And Subsequently Dies
137 105926.01 12/19/2017 0950625   Employee Falls From Ladder And Breaks His Neck
138 170813422 10/11/1995 0950625   1623 Employee Paralyzed When Thrown Around Crane Cab
139 171011364 12/02/2000 0950631   1751 Employee Paralyzed After Breaking Neck In Fall From Ladder
140 170587174 05/01/1995 0950631   5211 Employee Paralyzed When Struck In Head By Flying Crank

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