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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 131065.01 11/14/2020 0524700 X Employee Is Killed When Boom Crane Personnel Basket Falls
2 130828.01 11/02/2020 0317300 X Two Employees In Lift Basket Are Killed When Lift Falls Over
3 130325.01 10/06/2020 0855610 X Employee Dies After Falling From Unguarded Platform Basket
4 129222.01 09/03/2020 0215000 X Employee Falls Through Roof Hole And Is Killed
5 128697.01 08/17/2020 0522500 X Employee Makes Contact With Power Line And Is Electrocuted
6 128601.01 08/01/2020 0552700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Plywood
7 127112.01 05/28/2020 0454712 X Employee Is Electrocuted From Contact With Power Line
8 125141.01 04/01/2020 0355114 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
9 125306.01 03/30/2020 0355116 X Employee Dies After Fall From Aerial Lift Basket
10 125454.01 03/21/2020 0352430 X Employee Is Thrown Out Of Basket And Falls To Parking Lot, L
11 124922.01 03/17/2020 0523300 X Employee Contacts Overhead Power Line, Falls, Dies
12 124347.01 02/26/2020 0830600 X Employee Is Pinned Between Ceiling Beam And Basket Of Boom L
13 124202.01 02/20/2020 0627700 X Two Employees Fall From Scissor Lift Basket, One Is Killed A
14 124054.01 02/15/2020 0418200 X Employee Dies Of Injuries Received In Fall Off Bridge Column
15 123283.01 01/17/2020 0950411 X Employee Is Thrown From Lift Basket While Unloading It From
16 122890.01 01/01/2020 0418800 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Lift And Overhang
17 124316.01 12/17/2019 1055350 X Employee Dies After Falling Into River
18 114369.01 03/11/2019 0728900   Employee Receives Electric Shock And Falls From Aerial Lift,
19 116026.01 01/27/2019 1054116   Employee Falls From Forklift Basket And Fractures Spine
20 113195.01 01/25/2019 0728500   Employee Fractures Elbow And Pelvis In Fall From Elevated Wo

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