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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 93748.015 01/27/2017 0751910   Employee Falls Into A Pit And Is Injured
22 87489.015 08/04/2016 0452110 X Worker Is Struck By Airbag And Dies
23 82766.015 02/02/2016 0524700 X Employee Falls From A Crane And Is Killed
24 200981371 01/04/2014 0855610 X 2063 Worker Is Killed When Caught In Beet Handling Equipment
25 49946.015 08/07/2013 0626300 X Employee Is Caught Between Skid-Steer In Roll Over And Is Ki
26 202588687 07/23/2013 0950614   1541 Worker Falls Into Pit And Dislocates Knee
27 202422382 07/01/2013 0950652   1622 Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Steel Frame
28 46786.015 06/18/2013 0316300 X Employee Is Struck By Forklift And Is Killed In Fall
29 201129830 05/02/2013 0950613   9411 Music Teacher Injured In Fall Into Orchestra Pit
30 202657862 03/12/2013 0950643   1799 Worker'S Ankle Is Fractured When Aerial Lift Falls Into Pit
31 202458121 11/25/2012 0950647   761 Powered Industrial Lift Truck Hits And Injures Worker
32 200376093 09/06/2012 0454510   4952 Two Employees Seriously Injured In Waste Site Accident
33 201078698 08/28/2012 0950632   2063 Caustic Liquids Burns Workers Legs While Cleaning Sump Pit
34 201186475 06/12/2012 0950611   1542 Solderer Is Burned When Nearby Gas Line Flares
35 200359628 09/26/2011 0453710 X 213 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Auger
36 201408424 08/03/2011 0552651 X 1541 Employee Dies After Fall Into Underground Pit
37 201495520 07/01/2011 0950625   4222 Employee Is Injured By Fall From Forklift Onto Dock Pit
38 201495629 06/22/2011 0950625   9223 Site Surpvisor Receives Head Injury On-Site
39 202477253 03/10/2011 0950636   4959 Employee Is Injured By Fall Into Concrete Pit
40 202551958 08/31/2010 0950631   8734 Employee Receives Laceration When Struck By Object Within Pi

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