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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 014391155 09/05/1990 0625700 X 7312 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Lighting Fixture
62 200783017 12/05/2003 0626300 X 7312 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Billboard Sign
63 014219406 07/02/1990 0626600 X 7312 Employee Killed In Fall From Billboard
64 201762721 08/12/2006 0626600 X 1799 Employee Electrocuted Installing Advertising Sign
65 201762614 05/03/2006 0626600 X 7312 Employee Is Killed When Lift Truck Overturns
66 014410245 01/25/1991 0626600 X 1731 Employee Killed In Fall From Angle Iron Support
67 000565010 03/04/1992 0627100 X 3993 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Strip
68 200262285 02/09/2004 0627100 X 3993 Employee Dies When Crushed Between Column And Lift Basket
69 000560557 08/22/1995 0627400 X 7312 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Pipe
70 200811800 06/07/2004 0627400 X 7312 Employee Kille In Fall From Billboard
71 202126322 10/15/2002 0627410 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
72 200642882 05/11/2004 0627700 X 1795 Employee Electrocuted By Power Line While Removing Sign
73 200640340 09/17/1998 0627700 X 1799 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Pipe
74 200641249 08/31/1999 0627700 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall When Aerial Lift Bucket Overturns
75 200641009 02/05/1999 0627700 X 7312 Employee Killed When Knocked Off Billboard Catwalk
76 200713980 09/10/2010 0636900 X 1791 Employer Is Killed While Erecting Billboard
77 200714335 02/22/2012 0636900 X 3993 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Billboard
78 200710374 09/18/1997 0636900 X 3993 Employee Killed When Sign Overturns
79 200710812 08/31/1999 0636900 X 7312 Employee Killed In Fall From Billboard Catwalk
80 000755561 06/15/1995 0653510 X 7312 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Pole

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