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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 124186.01 02/21/2020 0626700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Lifted Truck Trailer
2 122613.01 12/06/2019 0830300 X Two Employees Are Struck By Crane Boom Extension Arm As It F
3 116189.01 04/29/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Killed When Thrown From Bucket Lift
4 115316.01 03/12/2019 0419700   Equipment Operator Is Struck By Log And Falls From Truck, In
5 113344.01 01/25/2019 1032500 X Employee Is Ejected From Log Processor Cab During Equipment
6 107025.01 06/24/2018 0418800   Employee Inside Mule Truck Fractures Hand When Lifted By Cra
7 105144.01 05/01/2018 0953220   Employee'S Leg And Foot Are Broken By Swinging Truck Door
8 106928.01 04/26/2018 0155010   Employee Is Struck By Crane Boom When Truck Tips Over
9 107065.01 01/06/2018 0950632   Employee Is Struck By Falling Outrigger Pad And Finger Is Cr
10 99739.015 10/11/2017 0418800   Employee Operating Boom Is Injured When Crane Topples
11 99812.015 10/04/2017 0625700   Employee Is Shocked When Boom Makes Contact With Power Line
12 97048.015 07/03/2017 0625700   Employee Is Thrown From Bucket On Tuck And Injures Head
13 96718.015 06/21/2017 0521400   Employee Is Struck By A Load Of Steel, Sustaining A Puncture
14 96120.015 05/30/2017 0728500   Employee Fractures Pelvis When Pinned Between A Metal Pile A
15 92252.015 01/14/2017 0936300 X Three Employees Are Electrocuted When Crane Touches Powerlin
16 68360.015 10/03/2014 0317500 X Employee Falls From Truck And Is Killed
17 68168.015 08/26/2014 0216000 X Employee Falls From Decking And Is Killed
18 64229.015 06/23/2014 0317900 X Employee Is Struck By Tree Limb And Later Dies
19 60389.015 04/12/2014 0111400 X Two Employees Are Killed When Crane Over Turns
20 43224.015 04/12/2013 0522500 X Employee Operating An Aerial Lift Is Killed

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