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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 119993.01 04/15/2019 0418200 X Employee Is Found Dead Under House
2 86003.015 06/11/2016 0420600 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Working In Crawl Space Undern
3 82915.015 12/28/2015 0950635 X Employee Working Alone Found Dead From Unknown Causes
4 77793.015 07/07/2015 0627510   Employee Is Injured In Fall From Sewer Crawl Space; Later Di
5 202546719 01/12/2014 0950641   5399 Employee Falls From Attic'S Crawl Space And Is Injured
6 201497245 10/12/2012 0950625   7342 Employee Falls Off Ladder, Sustains Fractures
7 200902591 07/26/2011 0418400 X 1711 Plumber'S Helper Is Electrocuted In Crawl Space
8 201408416 07/19/2011 0552651 X 1711 Employee Is Electrocuted In Contact With 120 Volt Conductor
9 200264224 07/05/2011 0627100 X 7342 Employee Dies From Cerebral Aneurysm While Spraying Termites
10 200359289 06/17/2011 0453710 X 1711 Electric Shock - Cause Unknown
11 202470803 04/27/2011 0950643 X 782 Employee Is Killed When Head Caught In Elevator Compartment
12 202502555 09/20/2007 0352450   1799 Employee Sickened By Exhaust From Gasoline-Powered Engine
13 202485264 07/23/2007 0950621 X 1521 Employee Electrocuted While Wiring In Crawl Space
14 201751815 04/17/2007 0830600   1521 Two Employees Are Injured In Explosion
15 201179736 08/24/2006 0950621 X 1711 Employee Electrocuted While Plumbing In Crawl Space
16 200783926 08/07/2006 0626300 X 1711 Employee Killed Insulating Plumbing Fixture In Crawl Space
17 200712818 04/06/2006 0636900 X 1711 Employee Is Killed From Electric Shock
18 201179132 11/25/2005 0950621   1711 Employee Working For Heating Contractor Sustains No Injuries
19 201037538 08/17/2005 0950635 X 1521 Employee Killed Cleaning Ground Conductor In Crawl Space
20 200783587 08/09/2005 0626300 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted When Fish Tape Contacts Circuit

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