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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 95210.015 04/27/2017 0523300   Employee Falls From Boom Truck Platform And Injures Leg
102 94490.015 04/03/2017 0111100   Crane Operator Is Injured When Crane Tips Over
103 94720.015 03/23/2017 0625700 X Employee Is Killed When Boom Snaps And Strikes His Head
104 92734.015 01/21/2017 0420600   Employee Is Ejected From Aerial Lift And Suffers Multiple In
105 92252.015 01/14/2017 0936300 X Three Employees Are Electrocuted When Crane Touches Powerlin
106 90749.015 11/17/2016 0524700 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Automobile Alongside State
107 89110.015 09/09/2016 0257220 X Employee Dies From Heart Attack
108 87350.015 08/02/2016 1050210 X Employee Contacts An Overhead Distribution Line And Is Elect
109 87044.015 07/22/2016 0215000 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Object
110 85964.015 06/09/2016 0111500 X Employee Is Electrocuted During Installation Of Utility Pole
111 85374.015 05/16/2016 0453730 X Worker Taking Down Cellular Tower Is Electrocuted When Boom
112 83824.015 03/21/2016 0552652 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Bucket While Trimming Tree B
113 83446.015 03/02/2016 0627100 X Employee Is Pinned Between Truck And Boom And Is Killed
114 81554.015 12/08/2015 0636900 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Boom Arm That Collapsed
115 80199.015 10/02/2015 0454712 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Attachment On Boom Of Trac
116 79107.015 08/26/2015 0112000 X Employee Is Killed When Boom System Overturns
117 79135.015 08/26/2015 0625700 X Employee Is Killed In Fall
118 78896.015 08/17/2015 0111400 X Employee Ejected From Falling Aerial Lift Is Killed
119 78355.015 07/28/2015 0317900 X Employee Is Killed In Boom Truck Rollover
120 77740.015 06/29/2015 0522300 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Truck

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