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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 124922.01 03/17/2020 0523300 X Employee Contacts Overhead Power Line, Falls, Dies
82 124569.01 03/03/2020 0627100 X Employee Is Killed After Falling Out Of Aerial Lift
83 124054.01 02/15/2020 0418200 X Employee Dies Of Injuries Received In Fall Off Bridge Column
84 124212.01 02/13/2020 0352430 X Employee Is Pinned Between Metal Rack And Aerial Lift And Is
85 123738.01 01/28/2020 0355112   Employee Receives Leg Fracture And Laceration When Struck By
86 123563.01 01/26/2020 0626300   Employee Fractures Pelvis When Struck By Rollup Door
87 123462.01 01/25/2020 0418300   Two Employees Incur Multiple Injuries When Struck By Falling
88 123417.01 01/23/2020 0626600 X Employee Dies After Being Catapulted From Aerial Lift
89 123416.01 01/21/2020 0626600   Employee Injures Head When Ejected From Basket Of Aerial Lif
90 123078.01 01/08/2020 0626300 X Employee, Crushed Between Lift And Trencher, Is Killed
91 122890.01 01/01/2020 0418800 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Lift And Overhang
92 122843.01 12/30/2019 0521700 X Employee Dies After Falling Through Damaged Catwalk
93 124127.01 12/28/2019 0111400 X Employee Is Crushed By Falling Ballast Weight
94 124316.01 12/17/2019 1055350 X Employee Dies After Falling Into River
95 122080.01 11/27/2019 0626700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall After Being Caught Between Aerial
96 122140.01 11/22/2019 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When Aerial Lift Falls Over On Inclined S
97 121551.01 11/12/2019 0111500 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
98 121195.01 10/28/2019 0626600 X Employee Is Killed While Doing Electrical Work
99 121201.01 10/12/2019 0627700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Lift
100 123113.01 10/04/2019 0626300 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Coworkers Are Injured In Fall

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