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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 202477253 03/10/2011 0950636   4959 Employee Is Injured By Fall Into Concrete Pit
242 170183255 02/24/1992 0950641   1721 Employee Falls From Ladder Working In Pit
243 170735195 04/26/1995 0950641   1791 Two Employees Injured By Falling Steel Beam And Grates
244 99880.015 04/20/2017 0950641   Employee Falls Into Pit And Is Hospitalized For Two Weeks
245 170184386 03/09/1992 0950641   3999 Employee Suffers Concussion In 27 Ft Fall Into Stage Pit
246 201164027 07/03/2002 0950641   3721 Employee Is Injured In Fall Into Pit
247 201160975 12/28/1998 0950641   1751 Employee Sustained Multiple Fractures Due To Fall Into Pit
248 201056215 03/09/2002 0950642 X 3312 Employee Injured When He Fell Into Pit
249 201059029 12/08/2004 0950642   3325 Employee Falls Into Uncovered Pit
250 170883060 03/19/1996 0950642   3443 Employee Injured When Struck By Movable Part Of Plate Roller
251 170188510 07/23/1990 0950642   2449 Employee Injured In Fall In Pallet Pit
252 201057031 11/13/2002 0950642   1771 Employee Burns Hands And Arms Cutting With Acetylene Torch
253 202452165 12/21/2005 0950642   8711 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall In Concrete Pit
254 201055217 04/19/2001 0950642   2752 Employee'S Hand Crushed In Printing Press
255 201059862 05/12/2005 0950642   4212 Employee Is Burned In Mechanic Shop
256 170156095 05/23/1992 0950642   2842 Employee Hospitalized After Falling From Fixed Ladder
257 202463345 06/30/2006 0950643 X 1522 Employee Is Found Dead In Pit
258 201119237 07/21/2005 0950643 X 1522 Elevator Operator Is Killed While Servicing Elevator
259 170700306 09/13/1993 0950643   1629 Employee Dragged Down Incline When Safety Line Breaks
260 202657862 03/12/2013 0950643   1799 Worker'S Ankle Is Fractured When Aerial Lift Falls Into Pit

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