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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 170082390 10/22/1997 0625700 X 1721 Employee Killed In Fall From Water Tank
242 200780310 10/13/1997 0626300 X 1381 Employee Killed In Fall From Drill Rig
243 201091121 09/02/1997 0950645   4581 Employee Injured In Fall From Man-Lift
244 014392294 08/09/1997 0625700 X 3731 Employee Killed In Fall Through Conductor Guide
245 200000339 07/16/1997 0728500 X 1721 Employee Killed When Thrown From Lift Basket
246 200210268 07/10/1997 0626000 X 3731 Employee Killed In Fall From Roof Or Scaffold
247 170888093 07/10/1997 0950615   1742 Employee Injured In Fall When Extension Ladder Slips Out
248 200330058 07/03/1997 0830300 X 5153 Employee Killed In Fall From Grain Elevator Headhouse
249 200100147 06/24/1997 0522300 X 7349 Employee Killed In Fall When Suspended Scaffold Fails
250 171055205 06/21/1997 0854910 X 1791 Employee Killed In Fall From Overhead Crane Rail
251 018180968 06/18/1997 0522500 X 8299 One Employee Killed, One Injured In 25 Ft Fall From Zip Line
252 200010114 06/09/1997 0729300 X 1611 One Employee Killed, One Injured When Lift Basket Drops
253 170787659 05/08/1997 0950621   1761 Employee Injured In Fall From Steel I-Beam
254 170162960 04/22/1997 0950662   1629 Employee'S Leg Fractured In Fall With Ladder
255 000601161 04/10/1997 0420600 X 1623 Employee Killed In Fall From Radio Tower
256 170386213 03/31/1997 0551800 X 1795 Employee Killed In Fall From Building
257 201790185 03/07/1997 0950612 X 1541 Employee Killed, One Injured In Fall From Roof Structure
258 014408231 01/16/1997 0626700 X 1761 Employee Dies In Fall Through Floor Opening
259 170129316 12/30/1996 1054113   3993 Employee'S Back Fractured In 16 Ft Fall From Roof
260 200850436 12/17/1996 0215000 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall From Two-Point Suspension Scaffold

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