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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 145457.01 04/15/2022 0355118 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
2 144681.01 03/21/2022 0854910 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
3 144966.01 03/17/2022 0728500 X Employee Is Killed When Thrown From Aerial Lift
4 144268.01 02/21/2022 0626300   Employee Falls In Lift And Injures Back
5 144771.01 02/03/2022 0636900   Employee Fractures Foot In Fall From Lift
6 143443.01 01/24/2022 0522300   Employee Incurs Multiple Fractures In Fall From Aerial Lift
7 142944.01 01/19/2022 0728900   Employee Fractures Ribs In Aerial Lift Collision
8 142843.01 01/17/2022 0625500 X Employee Is Ejected From Aerial Lift And Is Killed By Multip
9 144705.01 01/13/2022 0134000   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries When Ejected Out Of Aerial
10 142708.01 01/11/2022 0524500   Two Employees Incur Injuries, Scissor Lift Is Struck By Cran
11 145123.01 01/05/2022 0950631   Employee Is Struck By Backing Boom Lift And Receives Left An
12 142210.01 12/22/2021 0523400 X Employee Is Caught Between Aerial Lifts And Is Killed
13 142286.01 12/22/2021 0523300   Employee Falls From Aerial Lift, Receives Fractures To Verte
14 142233.01 12/17/2021 0729700   Employee Is Struck By Falling Panel, Receives Amputation Of
15 142431.01 12/16/2021 0111400 X Employee Falls From Aerial Lift And Is Killed
16 141911.01 12/10/2021 0953220 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Guardrail And Lift
17 141581.01 11/29/2021 0521700 X Employee Dies From Head Trauma After Aerial Lift Rolls Over
18 140391.01 10/21/2021 0213100 X Employee Is Killed When Ejected From Aerial Lift
19 139645.01 09/28/2021 0523300 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Contacting Power Line
20 138947.01 09/08/2021 0112600 X Employee Is Killed After Contacting High Voltage Power Line

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