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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 119230.01 08/23/2019 0522500 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Trimming Tree Limbs
2 118062.01 07/17/2019 0418200 X Employee Working On Utility Pole Is Electrocuted
3 118136.01 07/11/2019 0627700 X Employee Working On Power Line Is Electrocuted
4 116744.01 05/31/2019 0552651 X Employee Working On Electrical Transmission Line Is Electroc
5 116189.01 04/29/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Killed When Thrown From Bucket Lift
6 109836.01 10/08/2018 0419700 X Two Employees Are Killed When Electrocuted By Overhead Power
7 109518.01 08/25/2018 0627100 X Employee Is Working During High Temperatures And Experiences
8 108370.01 08/16/2018 0627700 X Employee Comes Into Contact With Live Power Line And Is Elec
9 108554.01 08/15/2018 0626000   Employee Falls From Power Pole And Fractures Spine
10 107522.01 07/20/2018 0317700 X Employee Operating A Vehicle Is Electrocuted When Elevated B
11 107365.01 07/13/2018 0551800 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Replacing Electrical Conducto
12 106457.01 06/06/2018 0336000   Power Line Worker Is Shocked And Burned
13 106290.01 05/30/2018 0728900   Employee, Shocked During Power Line Work, Amputates Arm
14 105188.01 04/30/2018 0111700   Employee Strikes Power Line With Utility Pole And Receives E
15 103845.01 03/06/2018 0636900   Employee Is Burned While Repairing A Power Transmission Line
16 103140.01 02/13/2018 0418800   Power Line Worker Incurs Electric Shock And Burn
17 103658.01 01/11/2018 0257230   Employee Falls 80 Feet And Sustains Severe Injuries
18 103605.01 12/09/2017 0552652   Employee Is Hospitalized After Contact With 4,800 Volt Wires
19 101738.01 11/02/2017 0155010   Employee Working On Fiber Optic Line Is Burned In Arc Flash
20 100397.01 10/24/2017 0625500   Employee Installing Power Line Is Shocked And Burned

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