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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014478390 04/08/1988 0111100 X 1711 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Pipe
2 108416.01 08/10/2018 0111100   Employee Fractures Skull And Lacerates Scalp When Struck By
3 118323.01 07/17/2019 0111400 X Employee'S Death May Be Result Of Medical Condition
4 200461838 02/01/2005 0111400 X 1521 Employee Is Killed By Falling Pipe
5 200461374 03/06/2002 0111400 X 1629 Employee Killed When Struck By Load Of Pipes
6 67752.015 08/26/2014 0111400 X Employee Is Killed When Clothing Caught In Gas Pipe Threader
7 94477.015 03/28/2017 0111400   Employee Opens Hot Water Pipe And Receives Second Degree Bur
8 000932574 10/24/1990 0111400 X 1721 Painter Dies Of Asphyxia When Pinned Between Pipe And Panel
9 014265201 05/23/1984 0111400 X 1623 Crushed By 48 Inch Diameter Water Pipe
10 170111215 12/11/1995 0111400   1794 Employee'S Bulldozer Ruptures Gas Transmission Line
11 000659979 04/15/1987 0111400 X 1781 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Drill Pipe
12 170667141 07/01/2001 0111500   1541 Employee Injured When Struck By Flying Pipe Plug In Manhole
13 201523024 05/23/2007 0111500   1623 Employee Is Struck By Pipe, Fractures Face
14 201521069 01/03/2001 0111500   7389 Employee Treated For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
15 109950.01 10/10/2018 0111500 X Employee Falls Through Roof Opening And Is Killed From Multi
16 201522216 11/30/2004 0111500 X 1794 Employee Is Asphyxiated In A Trench Collapse
17 000817312 08/07/1991 0111500 X 1711 Employee Dies After Struck In Face By Copper Tubing
18 000815084 02/23/1993 0111500   1711 Employee Injures Finger In Pipe Grooving Machine
19 200611226 10/09/1996 0111700   2621 Employee Injured When Pipe Burst
20 103508.01 02/27/2018 0111700   Employee Amputates Fingertip On Saw Blade

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