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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202075909 06/27/2004 0453730   7312 Employee Is Burned In Contact With Power Line
42 200811800 06/07/2004 0627400 X 7312 Employee Kille In Fall From Billboard
43 200642882 05/11/2004 0627700 X 1795 Employee Electrocuted By Power Line While Removing Sign
44 200262285 02/09/2004 0627100 X 3993 Employee Dies When Crushed Between Column And Lift Basket
45 170366652 02/02/2004 0551800 X 1799 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Between Basket And Sign
46 201165743 01/15/2004 0950641 X 7319 Employee Fell Backwards From Ladder And Died
47 200783017 12/05/2003 0626300 X 7312 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Billboard Sign
48 201797388 09/25/2003 0950644   7312 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Falling Object
49 201164936 05/30/2003 0950641   7312 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
50 201115854 04/03/2003 0950643 X 1711 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Faulty Store Sign
51 201156890 01/13/2003 0950633   7312 Employee Injured In Fall From Catwalk
52 202126322 10/15/2002 0627410 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
53 200630796 08/16/2002 0316400 X 1799 Employee Electrocuted While Installing Electric Sign
54 201281425 08/01/2002 0418100 X 7312 Three Employees Are Killed When Outdoor Sign Collapses
55 200821700 07/15/2002 0521400   7312 Employee Receives Electric Shock
56 201795895 07/03/2002 0950644   7312 Outdoor-Sign Worker Receives Electric Shock, Burns
57 200525202 07/02/2002 0751910 X 7312 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
58 200622033 05/23/2002 0454714 X 5141 Employee Is Electrocuted By Energized Outdoor Sign Wires
59 201330495 04/16/2002 0213600 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted Repairing Outdoor Lighted Sign
60 170870893 03/19/2002 0950621   7312 Employee Injured After Falling Off Ladder

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