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Keyword: aerialAllAll08/07/2002 to 08/07/2012AllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202220349 11/06/2003 0111100 X 783 Employee #1 Suffered Concussion After Fall From Aerial Lift
2 200461531 04/21/2003 0111400 X 1731 Employee Thrown Out Of Bucket Truck And Killed
3 200461960 11/22/2005 0111400 X 1542 Employee Is Killed When Thrown From A Scissor Lift
4 200462141 01/23/2007 0111400 X 4493 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Aerial Lift And Roof
5 200462356 02/07/2009 0111400 X 1761 Employee Dies After Aerial Lift Tips Over
6 200461952 10/03/2005 0111400 X 3441 Employee Falls From Scissor Lift, Later Dies
7 201521994 06/16/2004 0111500 X 1611 Train Strikes And Kills Employee
8 201521838 01/16/2004 0111500   783 Employee Injured When Pinned Between Bucket Truck And House
9 201521721 04/30/2003 0111500   7353 Employee Injured When Aerial Lift Tips Over
10 201522075 06/11/2004 0111500   7349 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Bucket Truck
11 21975.015 07/12/2012 0111500 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Hand Comes In Contact With Liv
12 201522778 10/23/2006 0111500 X 1741 Employee Falls From Ladder And Dies
13 170667364 10/02/2002 0111500 X 1741 Two Employees Electrocuted By Contact With Power Line
14 200612729 08/09/2007 0111700   1742 Employee Injured In Fall When Scissor Lift Overturns
15 200612927 05/20/2008 0111700   1791 Welder Sustains Electric Shock
16 200612737 11/01/2007 0111700 X 1629 Employee Electrocuted When Live Wire Falls On Bucket Lift
17 200613156 06/02/2009 0111700   783 Employer Is Injured When Tree Strikes Bucket Truck
18 200611796 03/30/2004 0111700   1799 Employee Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide At Work
19 100611326 06/16/2006 0111700 X 1799 Employee Strikes Overhead Powerline And Is Electrocuted
20 200612158 01/26/2006 0111700   7353 Worker Suffers Burns When Gasoline On Clothing Ignites

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