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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 103658.01 01/11/2018 0257230   Employee Falls 80 Feet And Sustains Severe Injuries
2 100841.01 08/24/2017 0523300   Apprentice Line Worker Sustains Burns From Induced Voltage
3 78364.015 07/24/2015 0830100 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By A Falling Pole
4 202657136 11/17/2012 0950643   1623 Employees Suffers Burns When Shocked By Electrical Lines
5 201077807 02/16/2012 0950632   1623 Employee Fractures Ribs In Fall From Transmission Tower
6 201077708 11/03/2011 0950632   1731 Worker Fractures Vertebra In Tower Construction Fall
7 200902641 03/10/2011 0418400 X 4911 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Transmission Structure
8 202491429 10/19/2010 0950621   1623 Employee Injured In Fall From Tower Collapse
9 200925956 06/19/2010 0355112 X 1721,4911 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Pole Tower
10 202468559 09/25/2009 0950643   1731 Two Employees Are Injured When Poll Topples Over
11 200651628 09/19/2009 0521100 X 1623 Employee Is Electrocuted On Transmission Tower
12 201858750 03/27/2007 0452110 X 1629 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Transmission Tower
13 200530731 05/31/2006 0751910 X 1799 Three Employees Are Killed In Fall At Tower Site
14 201487550 03/31/2005 0950622   5511 Employee'S Finger Is Lacerated While Rolling Transmission
15 200513539 06/07/2004 0552700 X 1623 Employee Electrocuted Removing Ground Wires From Tower
16 200673465 09/20/2001 0418800 X 1731 Employee Killed In Fall From Transmission Tower
17 000955963 08/02/2001 0355112 X 1623 Electric Shock - Induced Current In Overhead Line
18 200512713 07/24/2001 0552700 X 1721 Employee Struck And Asphyxiated By Elevator
19 302399837 02/23/2001 0419400 X 4911 Employee Falls To Death In Transfer From Helicopter To Power
20 201790342 08/01/1997 0950612   4939 Employee Injured In Fall From Transmission Tower

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