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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101133.01 06/07/2017 0950643   Employee Jumps And Fractures Ankle When Pole Breaks
2 201184447 07/29/2008 0950611   1542 Employee Is Injured By Falling Sheetrock
3 200690733 06/02/2005 0112600 X 1799 Elevator Installer Is Crushed And Killed
4 201770161 08/20/1997 0213900 X 1711 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor Thru Pipe
5 200450179 10/31/1996 0418600 X 7699 Electric Shock - Cause Unknown
6 000943498 08/30/1991 0418100 X 1731,1791,1742,1542,1711,1752,1721,1761 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
7 000884601 08/08/1989 0953220 X 1743,1731,1521 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Spider Box
8 014496970 07/01/1988 0627100 X 1711 Electric Shock - Contact With Conductor Thru Pliers
9 014486229 03/24/1987 0215600   1542 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Saw
10 014541924 06/10/1986 0418100 X 1731 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Temporary Wiring
11 000732545 06/02/1986 0454510 X 1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
12 014350367 08/16/1984 0418300 X 1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
13 014565444 07/21/1984 0950411 X 1731,1521 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Ungrounded Equipment
14 014525364 03/27/1984 0418800 X 1761 Electric Shock - Utilization Equipment

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