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FATALITY ASSESSMENT AND CONTROL EVALUATION (FACE) PROGRAM

Through the Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program, NIOSH conducts investigations of fatal occupational injuries. The primary intent of this program is to provide interested users with access to the full text of hundreds of fatality investigation reports.

NIOSH FACE Reports: Motor Vehicles


Report No. Incident State Title

2007-02 NC Laborer dies when backed over by a tack truck in residential roadway construction work zone - North Carolina.
2006-03 VA Laborer dies after being run over by a backing dump truck during a nighttime paving project - Virginia.
2004-10 NC Hispanic flagger dies after being run over by a dump truck - North Carolina.
2002-06 VA Roadway construction worker dies from crushing injuries when backed over by a dump truck - Virginia.
2002-03 NC Construction laborer dies after being run over and crushed by a grader at a road construction site - North Carolina.
2001-12 NY Emergency medical technician dies in ambulance crash - New York.
2001-11 KY 26-year-old emergency medical technician dies in multiple fatality ambulance crash - Kentucky.
2001-10 IN Seventeen-year-old part-time road construction laborer dies after being run over by a water truck - Indiana.
2001-02 NS State department of transportation highway maintenance worker dies after being struck by a car while installing reflectors on a guardrail.
2001-01 NC State Department of Transportation worker (Laborer) dies after being struck by motor vehicle - North Carolina.
2000-02 WI Flagger struck from behind and killed by a truck intruding into a highway construction work zone - Wisconsin.
1994-07 SC Tree trimmer foreman dies after being struck by a pickup truck - South Carolina, February 21, 1994.
1992-19 SC Construction laborer dies after a water truck and scraper collide - South Carolina, May 22, 1992.

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