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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202464186 09/11/2006 0950643   1611 Employee Fractures Hip In Fall Into Catch Basin
42 200102333 06/09/2006 0522300   3321 Two Foundry Employees Are Burned By Molten Iron From Ladle
43 202442182 02/10/2006 0950633 X 1771 Employee Killed And Four Injured When Boom Collapses
44 200102317 01/23/2006 0522300   8211 Methanol Ignites While Being Dispensed And Burns Employee
45 201167483 10/30/2005 0950641   1522 Three Employees Are Injured In Fall When Decking Collapses
46 201042447 10/17/2005 0953220   1771 Employees Are Injured In Collapse While Pouring Concrete
47 202441705 07/14/2005 0950633   1542 Employee Is Injured When Struck By A Concrete Pump Boom
48 201177961 06/17/2005 0950621   2086 Employee'S Eye Is Damaged In Chemical Splash
49 201059029 12/08/2004 0950642   3325 Employee Falls Into Uncovered Pit
50 201953973 10/06/2004 0522000   3651 Employee Dies After Being Burned On 20 Percent Of Body
51 200674943 07/22/2004 0418800 X 1771 Two Employees Killed, One Injured In Building Collapse
52 201145802 06/30/2004 0950631   1742 Employee'S Two Fingers Are Amputated By Mixer Blade
53 201117991 05/28/2004 0950643   1611 Employee Fractures Ankles In Fall From Steel Form
54 201117850 04/29/2004 0950643   4221 Employee Burns Hand And Arm In Gasoline Fire
55 201067881 04/26/2004 0950632   1629 Construction Laborer Is Burned By Caustic Curing Concrete
56 200783058 03/07/2004 0626300 X 1771 Employee Is Crushed By Collapsing Concrete Shoring Later Die
57 201181922 02/03/2004 0950611   1611 Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall From Column
58 200674679 01/05/2004 0418800 X 1771 Employee Killed In Fall From Building
59 200231439 11/19/2003 1032500   1542 Employee Sustains Head Fracture In Floor Opening Fall
60 201116324 07/11/2003 0950643   5159 Employee Is Burned When Combustible Powder Explodes

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