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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 200611408 08/05/2002 0111700 X 1731,1741,1542,6512,1711,1721,1761 One Killed And, One Injured In Fall About 13 Feet
2 99394.015 09/07/2017 0213900   Employee Sustains Burns To Lower Legs When Concrete Pours In
3 107912.01 08/01/2018 0215600   Employee Receives Burn Injuries To Legs While Pouring Concre
4 107834.01 07/26/2018 0215800   Employee Burns Hands And Legs During Hot Asphalt Paving Oper
5 98730.015 08/23/2017 0317300   Worker Steps In Wet Concrete And Incurs Burns
6 014200158 11/01/1984 0352420   1771 Employee'S Buttocks And Rectum Impaled By Rebar
7 102492.01 08/21/2017 0352430   Worker Is Impaled By Exposed Rebar
8 202329264 08/24/2001 0352430 X 3273 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
9 000744912 10/13/1989 0352440   1771 Four Employees Injured When Bar Joists Dislodge
10 122873.01 10/22/2019 0352440 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Is Injured When Boom Make
11 014200141 01/03/1986 0352450   3341 Two Employees Hospitalized After Molten Metal Explosion
12 000955989 08/10/2001 0355112 X 3272 Employee Killed When He Is Struck In Chest With Wire Rope
13 96444.015 06/17/2017 0355125 X Worker Pouring Concrete Dies Of Heat Stroke
14 201281243 11/07/2001 0418100 X 1771 Employee Killed When Concrete Wall Collapses
15 76701.015 05/07/2015 0418300   Employee Fractures Several Bones When Caught Between Cement
16 200674943 07/22/2004 0418800 X 1771 Two Employees Killed, One Injured In Building Collapse
17 200674679 01/05/2004 0418800 X 1771 Employee Killed In Fall From Building
18 014342521 06/14/1989 0418800   1799 Three Employees Struck By Collapsing Formwork And Concrete
19 97127.015 07/06/2017 0418800   Worker Falls From Top Of Wall, Incurs Fractures
20 201350808 07/07/1999 0419700 X 1771 Employee Died From Collapse Caused By Acute Pancreatitis

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