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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 201079415 03/12/2013 0950632   3841 Two Employees In Tipping Forklift, One Suffers Arm Fracture
22 202673349 10/22/2012 0950633   1731 Lineman Sustains Fracture And Other Injuries In Fall
23 202493516 06/25/2012 0950621   1731 Painter Falls 14 Feet When Basket Of Aerial Lift Collapses
24 18175.015 05/24/2012 0316700 X Employee Falls From Height And Is Killed
25 201751633 07/09/2007 0830600 X 1799 Slab Collapse Kills One Employee And Injures Three Others
26 200032688 03/31/2006 0521700 X 4911 Employee Is Killed In Fall In Interior Manlift
27 202354460 10/15/2004 0352440   1791 Employee Injured In Fall
28 200783298 10/05/2004 0626300 X 1381 Employee Killed In Drilling Rig Accident
29 200541100 09/13/2004 0317500 X 3511 Equipment Not Locked Out Results In Employe'S Death
30 200032332 09/11/2004 0521700 X 1522 Employee Falls 40 Feet From Forklift And Dies
31 200801074 11/29/2003 0523300 X 1521 One Employee Killed, One Injured When Forklift Tips Over
32 202347308 11/28/2003 0352410 X 7011 One Employee Killed, One Injured In 35-Foot Fall
33 200262087 06/04/2003 0627100 X 1629 Employee Killed After Being Struck By Pipe
34 200352201 01/11/2002 0453710 X 2048 Employee Dies From Fall Of 35 Feet To Concrete Landing
35 100071018 07/10/2000 0453720   5032,3272 Two Employees Injured In Fall When Forklift Overturns
36 201341104 06/15/2000 0729700 X 5153 Employee Killed In Fall From Grain Elevator Manlift
37 000896811 11/07/1999 0355118 X 1795 Two Employees Die Of Burns In Boiler Fire
38 201403375 09/22/1999 0552651 X 1761 Employee Killed When Run Over By Rough Terrain Fork Lift
39 170724942 08/17/1999 0950623   2033 Employee Injured When Pinned Under Forklift Manbasket
40 201340650 07/26/1999 0729700 X 5153 Employee Is Killed In 70 Foot Fall

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