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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 92408.015 01/12/2017 0111100   Worker Falls From Roof And Fractures Foot
2 36876.015 12/19/2012 0111100 X Employee Falls From Aerial Lift And Is Killed
3 202220349 11/06/2003 0111100 X 783 Employee #1 Suffered Concussion After Fall From Aerial Lift
4 69925.015 01/08/2015 0111100   Employee Sustains Back And Head Injuries In Fall From Aerial
5 131129.01 11/13/2020 0111100 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scissor Lift
6 014478127 11/11/1986 0111100 X 1542 Employee Killed In Fall From Elevated Work Platform
7 200461283 11/15/2001 0111400 X 8711 Employees Injured When Truck Overturns
8 014540306 09/06/1984 0111400 X 783 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Through Equip
9 000932574 10/24/1990 0111400 X 1721 Painter Dies Of Asphyxia When Pinned Between Pipe And Panel
10 200462141 01/23/2007 0111400 X 4493 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Aerial Lift And Roof
11 000659904 03/07/1986 0111400   4813 Fall - Aerial Lift Boom Failure
12 200462356 02/07/2009 0111400 X 1761 Employee Dies After Aerial Lift Tips Over
13 014267033 07/25/1984 0111400 X 1623 Fall - Mechanical Failure In Aerial Lift
14 170110191 06/24/1992 0111400 X 1721,7353 One Employee Killed, 1 Injured In Fall From Overturned Lift
15 200461952 10/03/2005 0111400 X 3441 Employee Falls From Scissor Lift, Later Dies
16 000666370 12/14/1987 0111400 X 4581 Employee Killed When Aerial Platform He Was In Tipped Over
17 000657544 11/29/1986 0111400 X 4899 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
18 200460665 02/24/2000 0111400   783 Employee Injured In Fall When Aerial Lift Bucket Cracks Open
19 200461960 11/22/2005 0111400 X 1542 Employee Is Killed When Thrown From A Scissor Lift
20 78896.015 08/17/2015 0111400 X Employee Ejected From Falling Aerial Lift Is Killed

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