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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 170379184 06/09/1994 0950613   4111 Employee Dislocates Knee After Falling Into Open Pit
102 202312021 09/16/1999 0950612   8211 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder
103 201790144 11/26/1996 0950612   3795 Employee Injured In Fall Into Surface Access Pit
104 202316030 06/19/2006 0950612   7363 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Falling Metal Plate
105 170381073 06/24/1994 0950611   9631 Employee Trips And Falls From Truck Bed Into Pit
106 201186475 06/12/2012 0950611   1542 Solderer Is Burned When Nearby Gas Line Flares
107 201182201 07/12/2004 0950611   1796 Employee Injuries Finger While Repairing Elevator
108 202288528 08/22/2007 0950411 X 7623 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Skylight
109 170052104 03/16/1990 0950411   1771 Employee Killed In Fall Into Caisson Hole
110 100652.01 11/08/2017 0950411 X Employee Falls Into A Casting Pit And Is Killed
111 014559678 04/08/1990 0855610 X 1381 Employee Killed After Falling Into Mud Pit
112 200981371 01/04/2014 0855610 X 2063 Worker Is Killed When Caught In Beet Handling Equipment
113 124066.01 02/05/2020 0854910 X Employee Falls From Aggregate Retaining Wall And Later Dies
114 171059025 04/10/2000 0854910   3462 Employee Injured In Same-Level Fall Onto Steel Plate
115 201570504 05/12/1999 0830500 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall Into Elevator Pit
116 000520122 11/08/1995 0830500   5093 Employees Burned In Explosion Of Gasoline Vapors
117 014453773 06/06/1988 0751910 X 3353 Employee Killed In Fall While Cleaning Pit
118 170127088 11/15/1996 0751910 X 8741 Employee Killed In 16 Ft Fall Into Foundation Pit
119 001002401 05/25/1988 0751910 X 4952 Employee Drowns In Water Pit
120 110519.01 10/08/2018 0751910   Employee Crushes Foot In Lift Collision, Is Later Amputated

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