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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 108024.01 08/05/2018 0111100   Crane Operator Fractures Lumbar Vertebra When Crane Collapse
2 95635.015 05/15/2017 0111100   Employee Falls From Tree And Fractures Back
3 014477624 10/31/1984 0111100   1711 Fall From Scaffold
4 97303.015 06/15/2017 0111400   Employee Falls From Elevated Working Surface And Suffers Mul
5 201523917 06/24/2011 0111500   1711 Employee Fractures Wrists And Lower Back
6 201523248 09/08/2008 0111500   1711 Employee Falls Off Roof And Fractures Two Vertebras
7 201520178 08/25/1997 0111500   1741 Two Employees Injured When Struck By Falling Scaffold
8 170710446 08/14/1995 0111500   1721 Employee Injured When Struck By Pickup Truck
9 170710461 06/06/1995 0111500   1542 Employee Fractures Vertebrae In Fall From Ladder
10 201522596 11/13/2005 0111500   1522 Employee Falls From Roof And Sustains Multiple Injuries
11 114430.01 03/13/2019 0111500   Employee Falls And Receives Fractures To Nine Vertebrae, Pel
12 201523297 04/13/2009 0111500   1542 Worker Is Injured In Fall From Roof
13 105920.01 05/14/2018 0111700   Employee Is Caught In Atv Roll-Over And Is Hospitalized With
14 200610566 05/24/2000 0111700   3433 Employee Injured When Rotating Shaft Entangles Hair
15 200081610 06/14/2003 0112000   1791 Employee Is Hospitalized After Falling Through Floor Opening
16 200082618 04/04/2006 0112000   1731 Employee Fractures Neck Vertebras In Fall From Ladder
17 200080224 10/15/1998 0112000   1751 Employee Injured In Fall Through Floor Opening
18 200081438 03/13/2002 0112000   2821 Employee Injured In Fall From A Ladder
19 110441.01 10/23/2018 0112000   Employee Sustains Neck Fracture When Rough Terrain Vehicle T
20 106647.01 06/19/2018 0112300   Employee Incurs Multiple Fractures In Fall From Scaffold

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