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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 202493581 06/12/2012 0950621   723 Employee Falls Through Roof, Fracturing Ribs, Injuring Head
302 29875.015 05/05/2012 0216000 X Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Skylight Opening On Roof.
303 15075.015 04/19/2012 0626700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof.
304 15055.015 04/18/2012 0626700 X Employee Is Killed In Falls From Roof
305 200678662 04/06/2012 0418800 X 1761 Employee Falls Through Skylight And Is Killed
306 202554358 04/05/2012 0950631   1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight
307 202471041 04/03/2012 0950646 X 1711 Worker Falls Through Skylight And Is Killed
308 200678654 04/02/2012 0418800 X 1721 Employee Is Killed By Fall Through Skylight
309 201129210 03/23/2012 0950613   9224 Employee Fractures Wrist And Pelvis In Fall Through Skylight
310 201129012 03/08/2012 0950613   1541 Employee'S Thumb In Amputated By Skill Saw
311 201523941 02/14/2012 0111500 X 1761 Employee Falls From Roof And Dies
312 201496684 01/21/2012 0950625   241 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight
313 202081295 01/16/2012 0453730 X 1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight, Later Dies
314 202543799 01/12/2012 0950641   1542 Employee Is Injured After Falling Through An Unguarded Hole
315 202509121 01/05/2012 0950622   1522 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight
316 201077518 12/15/2011 0950632 X 1761 Roofer Dies After Falling Through Skylight
317 201186012 11/03/2011 0950611   1623 Communication Worker Sustains Fractures In Skylight Fall
318 202252300 11/02/2011 0953210   1761 Construction Laborer Sustains Fractures In Skylight Fall
319 200534642 09/30/2011 0751910 X 1741 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Skylight
320 200645166 09/22/2011 0627700 X 1791 Employee Dies After Falling From Barn

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