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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 97342.015 06/05/2017 0950621   Employee Is Burned In Arc Flash From Buried Power Line
2 92105.015 01/10/2017 0636900   Utility Worker Searching For Underground Conduit Is Electroc
3 202556627 09/30/2013 0950631 X 1623 Worker Is Electrocuted While Working In Electrical Vault
4 200361855 08/27/2013 0453710 X 1623 Two Workers Are Struck By Motor Vehicle And One Is Killed
5 200923076 06/06/2013 0355111   1731 Employee Is Unwell At Work, Later Dies From Exisitng Illness
6 202673430 04/25/2013 0950633 X 4911 Employee Is Electrocuted
7 201186475 06/12/2012 0950611   1542 Solderer Is Burned When Nearby Gas Line Flares
8 202492930 06/05/2012 0950621 X 1771 Contractor Is Killed When Wall Collapses During Demolitiion
9 201354255 08/22/2011 0419700 X 1481 Employee Is Electrocuted While Boring And Using Auger
10 202469722 01/04/2011 0950643   1794 Employee Is Burned By Electric Shock From Underground Line
11 201354107 09/20/2010 0419700 X 1731,1623,1541 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
12 202541710 07/01/2010 0950641   1629 Contact With Buried Conductor Thru Backhoe
13 202507562 03/17/2010 0950622 X 4911 Electric Shock - Contact With Underground Line Thru Cable
14 202600748 09/25/2009 0352450   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Underground Power Line
15 201637907 06/12/2008 1054112   1542 Burn - Electrical Fault In Underground Cable
16 201071701 10/01/2007 0950632   1731 Employee Shocked When Tool Contacts Buried Power Line
17 202365623 03/01/2006 1055320 X 1731 One Employee Is Killed, One Is Injured From Electric Shock
18 200924157 11/10/2005 0355112   1629 Employee Injured By High-Voltage Power Line In Trench
19 200611911 06/20/2005 0111700   5511 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
20 200801322 06/09/2005 0523300   4911 Employee Is Shocked By Underground Electric Cable

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