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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 200921500 02/23/2004 0355117 X 1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
182 200924595 09/07/2006 0355118 X 9199 Employee Is Electrocuted While Installing Electrical Line
183 200921526 02/25/2004 0355118 X 2511 Employee Falls From Platform
184 201282191 01/04/2006 0418100 X 3083 Scissor Lift Tips Over Killing One Employee
185 201281854 10/13/2004 0418100 X 1731 Employee Is Killed In Aerial Lift Failure
186 201282266 04/06/2006 0418100 X 1791 Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Aerial Lift And Beam
187 201281904 12/19/2004 0418100 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Crossarm
188 201282720 06/13/2007 0418100 X 1742 Employee Is Killed When Scissor Lift Strikes Wall
189 201283140 04/17/2009 0418100 X 1761 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
190 201282860 11/30/2007 0418100 X 8661 Employee Falls And Dies While Changing Chandelier Lights
191 201282795 08/29/2007 0418100 X 1793 Two Employees Killed When Aerial Lift Overturns
192 200202661 12/09/2005 0418200 X 1761 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Lift
193 200202323 07/26/2004 0418200 X 1791 Employee Killed In Arena Collapse
194 200203677 06/25/2011 0418200 X 1711 Employee Is Killed When Skyjack Lift Falls Over
195 200203099 02/25/2008 0418200 X 1742 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Lift
196 200203750 12/01/2011 0418200 X 1799 Two Employees Are Killed When Aerial Lift Collapses
197 200202687 01/14/2006 0418200 X 783 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Elevation
198 201272010 09/19/2004 0418300 X 4911 Aerial Lift Boom Fails, Killing Employee
199 201272721 03/21/2008 0418300 X 1742 Caught Between Scissor Guard Rail And Hvac
200 201272556 04/16/2007 0418300 X 783 Employee Is Killed While Tree Trimming

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