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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 100653.01 11/13/2017 0214200 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Changing Electrical Fixture
2 100129.01 10/20/2017 0418200 X Worker Installing Light Fixture Is Killed In Fall From Catwa
3 99730.015 10/09/2017 0523400   Employee Receives Electric Shock While Replacing Light Balla
4 99450.015 09/28/2017 0420600   Employee Repairing Road Lighting Is Shocked And Burned
5 99538.015 09/26/2017 0522300   Employee Falls Through Light Opening And Fractures Lower Bac
6 99977.015 09/11/2017 0551800 X One Employee Killed And One Injured When Aerial Lift Tips Ov
7 99105.015 09/05/2017 0953210   Employee Sustains Electrical Shock From A 277 Vac Soffit Flu
8 98584.015 08/22/2017 0317900   Worker Running Wiring Falls Through Ceiling And Incurs Multi
9 100637.01 07/26/2017 0950631   Employee Cuts Wrist On Shattered Glass
10 97407.015 07/22/2017 0418800 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Testing Wiring
11 98130.015 07/21/2017 0552652   Employee Falls From Step Ladder And Fractures Right Hip
12 97871.015 07/20/2017 0524530   Worker Replacing Light Fixture Is Shocked And Falls From Lad
13 97699.015 07/14/2017 0152300   Employee Is Installing Light Fixtures When He Contacts Power
14 96912.015 06/29/2017 0626300   Employee Installing Light Is Shocked And Falls From Ladder
15 98212.015 06/20/2017 0355111   Employee'S Face Is Cut When Power Tool Kicks Back
16 96640.015 06/19/2017 0626300   Employee Receives And Electrical Shock And Falls From Ladder
17 97566.015 06/09/2017 0552651   Employee Installing Light Is Shocked And Falls From Ladder
18 97589.015 06/06/2017 0950641   Employee Removing Lighting Is Shocked, Falls, And Injures He
19 96900.015 04/22/2017 0950631   Employee Is Replacing Lighting Fixture And Is Shocked By Liv
20 94596.015 04/10/2017 0214500   Electrician Repairing Light Fixture Is Electrocuted

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