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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 123113.01 10/04/2019 0626300 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Coworkers Are Injured In Fall
102 120257.01 09/28/2019 0420600 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift Platform
103 119481.01 08/31/2019 0418800 X Employee Is Electrocuted By Overhead Power Line While Cuttin
104 119230.01 08/23/2019 0522500 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Trimming Tree Limbs
105 119173.01 08/20/2019 0626000 X Employee Is Killed When Head Struck By Falling Box
106 119066.01 08/08/2019 1054112 X Two Employees Are Killed When Aerial Lift Falls
107 118857.01 08/08/2019 0855610   Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Panel
108 123626.01 08/06/2019 0950612   Employee Injures Back When Struck By Falling Drill
109 118901.01 08/05/2019 0627700 X Employee Is Ejected From Boom Truck And Is Killed
110 118616.01 08/02/2019 0521100 X Two Employees Are Caught In Boom Lift Rollover, Injures One
111 120834.01 08/02/2019 0524700 X Employee Falls With Elevated Load And Is Crushed
112 118580.01 08/01/2019 0317500 X Employee Is Killed When Lift Hits Steel Beam
113 118441.01 07/25/2019 0950631   Employee Working Outdoors Is Sickened By Heat-Related Illnes
114 118066.01 07/16/2019 0626300   Employee Is Shocked By Overhead Power Line
115 119204.01 07/16/2019 1054116   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall From Lift
116 118069.01 07/13/2019 0626300   Employee Fractures Ribs When Construction Vehicle Overturns
117 118196.01 07/03/2019 0950635 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Forklift Cage
118 117614.01 07/02/2019 0729700 X Employee Is Killed From Electrocution
119 117622.01 07/02/2019 0950632 X Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Falling Counterweight
120 122763.01 06/26/2019 0950647   Employee Falls From Aerial Lift, Receives Fractures To Elbow

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