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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
221 202509279 07/17/2012 0950622   7389 Worker'S Death Is Not Related To Knee Injury At Work
222 22195.015 07/02/2012 0522300 X An Employee Using A Forklift Was Found Dead On The Floor.
223 202655411 06/29/2012 0950633   6531 Employee Fractures Hip In Fall From Loading Dock
224 202649091 06/28/2012 0352430 X 7389 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Shelf
225 201078177 06/28/2012 0950632   5093 Employee Fractures Leg When Run Over By Forklift
226 202522959 06/25/2012 0950624   4225 Delivery Driver Fractures Leg In Fall From Truck
227 202493177 06/22/2012 0950621   5399 Worker'S Fingertip Is Crushed By Falling Pole
228 202652194 05/08/2012 0950633   2541 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall Off Ladder To Concrete Floor
229 202531323 05/08/2012 0950635   4731 Employee Fractures Leg When Air Compressor Falls
230 202544235 04/13/2012 0950641   7381 Employee Injured At Security Gate
231 202554580 03/26/2012 0950631   5012 Employee'S Ankle Is Broken In Fall From Loading Dock
232 202614327 03/14/2012 1054112   2759 Employee Foot Crushed By Stand-Up Forklift
233 200626463 03/13/2012 0454714 X 2671 Employee Struck By And Killed By Delivery Truck
234 202478210 02/25/2012 0950636   2512 Warehouseman Suffers Multiple Fractures In Fall
235 202478152 02/16/2012 0950636   4222 Forklift Crushes Employee'S Left Foot
236 202492674 02/11/2012 0950621   3498 Employee Fractures Leg When Hit By Falling Steel Pipe
237 200785426 01/26/2012 0626300 X 4225 Motor Vehicle Driver Dies After Hitting Head On Floor
238 202457503 01/26/2012 0950642 X 5141 Employee Falls Stacking Boxes, Later Dies
239 200556793 01/04/2012 0625700 X 5531 Employee Is Killed In Forklift Rollover
240 202587176 12/16/2011 0950614   7361 Pallet Jack Worker Sustains Lacerations In Unexplained Fall

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