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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 127232.01 06/22/2020 0855610 X Employee Dies After Being Struck By Falling Lumber
82 127574.01 06/17/2020 0625500 X Employee Falls From Vehicle And Is Run Over And Killed
83 127196.01 06/17/2020 0625400 X Employee Is Struck By Vehicle And Is Killed
84 126943.01 06/12/2020 0521100 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Telehandler Being Operated
85 127025.01 06/12/2020 0627510 X Employee Is Pinned Between Construction Vehicles And Is Kill
86 126832.01 06/09/2020 0524500 X Employee Is Struck By Vehicle And Later Dies From Multiple I
87 127389.01 06/09/2020 0257250 X Employee Flagging Traffic Is Struck And Killed By Roadwork T
88 126728.01 06/04/2020 0552651 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed While Attempting To Stop Runa
89 126706.01 06/04/2020 0830500 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Rail Car And Barricad
90 126612.01 05/30/2020 0627100 X Employee In Work Zone Is Struck And Killed By Drunk Driver
91 126613.01 05/29/2020 0522300 X Employee Is Killed When Run Over By Widener Machine
92 128127.01 05/28/2020 0454510 X Employee Is Run Over And Killed By Tractor Truck
93 126568.01 05/28/2020 0418800 X Employee Is Killed After Being Run Over By Coworker
94 126369.01 05/21/2020 0452110 X Truck Driver Is Found Dead In Cab Of Truck
95 126530.01 05/19/2020 0551800 X Employee Falls From Elevation And Is Killed
96 126316.01 05/18/2020 0215600 X Employee Is Caught Between Two Trucks And Is Killed
97 126325.01 05/17/2020 0452110 X Employee Is Killed In Traffic Accident On Interstate Highway
98 126222.01 05/15/2020 0523900 X Worker Is Crushed And Killed Under Overturned School Bus
99 126302.01 05/15/2020 0551800 X Employee Is Killed When Road Widener Falls From Jack And Cru
100 126206.01 05/14/2020 0316700 X Employee Placing Traffic Cones Is Struck And Killed

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