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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 104390.01 04/04/2018 0419400 X Employee Contact Energized Power Line And Is Electrocuted
2 104204.01 03/16/2018 0950643 X Employee Is Trimming Palm Trees And Is Electrocuted While Th
3 103801.01 03/11/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Ladder Contacts Power Line
4 103692.01 03/06/2018 0636900 X Employee Is Killed When Man Lift Boom Contacts Power Line
5 103394.01 02/26/2018 0950612 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Trimming Tree Branches
6 102592.01 01/20/2018 0552700 X One Employee Is Electrocuted And Two Others Shocked At Const
7 102226.01 01/10/2018 0626300 X Employee Contacts An Overhead Power Line And Is Electrocuted
8 102284.01 01/10/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Ladder Contacts Power Line
9 106813.01 01/01/2018 0950633 X Employee Contacts Power Line And Is Killed
10 101651.01 12/19/2017 0317500 X Employee Tries To Dislodge An Anchor Plate From A Power Line
11 101517.01 12/14/2017 0418800 X Employee Is Trimming Trees And Makes Contact With An Energiz
12 103326.01 12/05/2017 0111700   Two Employee Receive Electrical Shock When Cable Contacts Po
13 101302.01 11/14/2017 0522300 X Two Employees Are Electrocuted When Aerial Lift Contacts Pow
14 100462.01 11/03/2017 0419400 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Pipe Contacts Overhead Power L
15 100467.01 11/02/2017 0111700 X Employee Contacts A Power Line And Is Killed
16 100403.01 10/30/2017 0155010   Employee Sustains Multiple Injuries When Struck By Tree
17 100397.01 10/24/2017 0625500   Employee Installing Power Line Is Shocked And Burned
18 103866.01 10/23/2017 0950641   Employee Installing A Gutter Contacts A Power Line And Is Sh
19 100175.01 10/23/2017 0950612 X Employee Falls While Trimming Tree Foliage From Power Lines
20 100102.01 10/16/2017 0454712   Two Employees Sustain Electrical Shock

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