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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 201370277 02/05/1999 0317700   1711 Employee Injured When Struck By Pipe
202 111001.01 11/07/2018 0317700   Employee Fractures Vertebra When Struck In Back By Pipe
203 201370632 10/10/2001 0317700 X 1623 Pipelayer Killed When Struck By Pipe
204 170341317 11/02/1991 0317700 X 1623 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Tipped-Over Pipelayer
205 201371440 01/14/2011 0317700 X 1381 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Pipe
206 014543805 07/09/1984 0317740 X 5051 Struck By Falling Object
207 110473.01 10/25/2018 0317900   Employee Is Struck By Copper Tube And Lacerates Neck And Chi
208 170340640 08/19/1993 0317900   1623 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Pipe
209 170340400 04/28/1992 0317900 X 5051,4213 Employee Killed When Struck By Bundle Of Steel Pipe
210 95543.015 05/08/2017 0317900   Employee Entrapped In Trench Collapse, Incurs Shoulder Separ
211 201320371 05/16/2002 0317900 X 4491,4789 Employee Killed By Falling Load From Forklift
212 200380400 12/19/2001 0336000 X 4952 Employee Killed When Struck By Flying Debris
213 200380327 11/09/2000 0336000 X 3644 Employee Killed When Bundles Of Conduit Fell On Him
214 114539.01 03/18/2019 0336000 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Metal Pipe
215 98608.015 08/23/2017 0336000   Employee Pinches Leg Between Pipe Stacks And Suffers Contusi
216 88100.015 08/27/2016 0336000 X Employee Falls In Excavation Striking His Head And Dies
217 200381069 11/26/2010 0336000   3544 Employee Is Injured By Exploding Pipe
218 202686226 01/03/2013 0352410   1711 Plumber Hammering Pipe Through Wall Sprains His Back
219 105978.01 04/26/2018 0352410   Employee Leg Is Struck And Injured By Excavator Shaker Head
220 200966687 03/20/2001 0352410   4952 Four Employees Injured When Struck By Ejected Plug

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