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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202717799 01/24/2014 0352440 X 1711 Worker Is Struck By Falling Object And Dies
2 200362150 01/23/2014 0453710 X 1761 Worker Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
3 200361897 08/22/2013 0453710   1521,1761 Two Workers Sustain Fractures In Fall From Scaffold
4 200926392 08/29/2012 0355112 X 1761 Scaffold Hits Power Line Kills One Worker And Burns Another
5 200375152 04/20/2010 0454510 X 1751 Employee Hits Head And Falls From Scaffold, Later Dies
6 200462422 09/30/2009 0111400 X 1542 Employee Falls From Scaffold, Later Dies
7 200812873 06/24/2009 0627400 X 1389 Employee Dies After Being Pinned By Swivel
8 200742450 01/26/2009 0213100 X 1522 Worker Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
9 201924503 07/22/2008 0626700 X 1761 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Pump Jack Scaffold
10 200033181 05/05/2008 0521700 X 1761 Two Employees Electrocuted As Scaffold Contacts Power Line
11 200083400 04/07/2008 0112000   1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Scaffold
12 202499711 03/05/2008 0352410   1799 Employee'S Foot Is Broken In Fall From Scaffold
13 200774867 12/08/2007 0134000 X 1761 Employee Killed When Scaffold Pole Contacts Power Line
14 200083129 08/31/2007 0112000   1522 Employee Injured In Fall While Dismantling Scaffold
15 200462208 07/25/2007 0111400 X 1761 Employee Electrocuted When Scaffold Pole Hits Power Line
16 202498796 06/26/2007 0352440   1761 Employee Injured In Fall While Disconnecting Scaffold
17 201071339 05/07/2007 0950632   1521 Employee Is Injured When Scaffold Collapses
18 200742112 11/28/2006 0213100 X 1761 Employee Electrocuted While Dismantling Scaffold
19 200462042 09/06/2006 0111400 X 1761 One Electrocuted, One Shocked By Contact With Power Line
20 202014346 08/01/2006 0216000 X 1761 Employee Dies After Fall Following Electric Shock

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