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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 120954.01 07/11/2019 0953210 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Tower
2 114685.01 03/21/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Communication Tower
3 112550.01 01/10/2019 0830400 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Cell Tower
4 114441.01 10/09/2018 0950643   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Hip And Back Injurie
5 109274.01 06/08/2018 0352430 X Employee Is Crushed In Elevator Shaft And Is Killed
6 104841.01 04/19/2018 0728500 X One Employee Killed; Three Employees Are Injured In A Commun
7 104836.01 04/18/2018 0419700   Employee Is Thrown From Communications Truck And Is Killed
8 107607.01 03/13/2018 0352430   Employee Is Not Injured When Striking Electric Pole With Dum
9 107328.01 01/18/2018 0950643   Employee Is Injured While Adjusting A Packaging Machine
10 101832.01 12/28/2017 0521100 X Employee Falls From Antenna And Lands On Garage Roof And Is
11 101437.01 11/17/2017 0950631   Employee Falls From Ladder And Strikes Head And Fractures Ri
12 99381.015 09/27/2017 0418800 X Three Employees Are Killed When A Gin Pole Fails
13 101335.01 06/26/2017 0950632   Employee Is Hospitalized When Struck In Head And Back By Fal
14 99894.015 05/03/2017 0950644   Employee Sustains A Partial Finger Amputation When It Is Cau
15 94523.015 04/04/2017 0523300   Employee'S Right Index Finger Is Amputated After Being Caugh
16 94276.015 03/22/2017 0257220   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns From Hot Water
17 92755.015 01/28/2017 0626300   Employee Falls From A Spider Basket While Working On A Commu
18 88762.015 06/09/2016 0950411 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Communication Tower
19 85610.015 05/24/2016 0452110 X Employee Falls From Communication Tower And Is Killed
20 90321.015 05/16/2016 0352450 X Employee Falls From Cell Tower And Is Killed.

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