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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 000920462 04/14/1995 0418800 X 7389 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Sign
22 000603704 03/20/1992 0419400 X 1721 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
23 201353208 08/22/2006 0419700 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Billboard Catwalk
24 201350386 10/13/1997 0419700 X 1799 Employee Falls From Billboard
25 201350360 09/29/1997 0419700 X 1799 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
26 000601807 01/21/1989 0420600 X 7312 Employee Killed In Fall From Platform
27 000602359 08/09/1991 0420600 X 3993 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
28 104869.01 03/30/2018 0452110 X Employee Falls From Billboard Catwalk And Is Killed
29 170672679 08/12/1993 0452110 X 7011 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
30 014257224 06/01/1992 0453710 X 7312 One Employee Killed, Two Injured When Billboard Falls
31 315964536 04/03/2012 0453710 X 7312 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Ladder
32 000944074 08/02/1990 0453710 X 7312 Employee Dies After Fall From Billboard Catwalk
33 202080222 01/07/2008 0453730 X 7312 Employee Is Killed By Fall And Impalement
34 202075909 06/27/2004 0453730   7312 Employee Is Burned In Contact With Power Line
35 000908368 06/29/1994 0454510   1799 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Rod
36 170122972 01/22/1994 0454712 X 7312 Electric Shock - Contact With Live Parts Thru Sign
37 200625770 10/04/2009 0454713 X 7312 Employee Falls From Ladded And Is Injured
38 200622033 05/23/2002 0454714 X 5141 Employee Is Electrocuted By Energized Outdoor Sign Wires
39 300482270 07/24/1998 0521100   7312 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Pipe
40 200821700 07/15/2002 0521400   7312 Employee Receives Electric Shock

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