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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 134558.01 03/30/2021 0830500 X Employee Is Killed By Drowning In Manure Pit
2 133453.01 02/18/2021 0216000 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Is Injured When Struck By
3 133007.01 01/31/2021 0419400 X Employee Is Killed After Falling Into Pit And Being Engulfed
4 132508.01 01/15/2021 0521700 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Employee Is Injured When
5 124066.01 02/05/2020 0854910 X Employee Falls From Aggregate Retaining Wall And Later Dies
6 122074.01 11/27/2019 0951510 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Into Unguarded Sump Pump Pit
7 120411.01 10/03/2019 0418400 X Employee Dies From Heart Attack After Shoveling
8 117039.01 06/10/2019 0729700 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Truck Mast Touches Power Lines
9 116935.01 06/03/2019 0352430 X Employee Falls Into Aerated Waste Water Pit And Drowns
10 115853.01 04/17/2019 0524530   Employee'S Left Ring Finger Is Amputated On Crusher
11 114627.01 03/17/2019 0626300 X Employee Is Killed In Pallet Jack Collision
12 114266.01 03/04/2019 0627500   Employee Installing Pipe Falls Into Pit And Fractures Skull
13 113996.01 02/02/2019 0728500   Employee Is Struck By Powered Industrial Truck And Receives
14 114147.01 01/11/2019 0111500   Employee Fractures Foot While Operating Pit
15 112256.01 12/28/2018 0627700   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall Into Oil Pit
16 110395.01 10/16/2018 0523400   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries When Aerial Lift Tips Over
17 110519.01 10/08/2018 0751910   Employee Crushes Foot In Lift Collision, Is Later Amputated
18 105186.01 04/26/2018 0729300   Employee Drives Forklift Into Conveyor System And Is Hospita
19 104846.01 04/12/2018 0521400   Employee Is Burned While Working Near Pit Furnace
20 106630.01 04/10/2018 0352420   Employee In Pump Pit Is Overwhelmed By Diesel Fuel Vapors

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