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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 116243.01 05/03/2019 0830500   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall While Unloading Hv
82 115881.01 05/01/2019 0950612   Employee Fractures Pelvis When Truck Rolls Down Embankment
83 116189.01 04/29/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Killed When Thrown From Bucket Lift
84 115907.01 04/29/2019 0636900 X Employee Dies After Elevated Welding Work
85 115915.01 04/24/2019 0626300   Employee'S Fingers Are Struck By Boom And Amputated
86 115628.01 04/22/2019 0521700   Employee'S Feet Are Crushed By Scissor-Like Lifting Device
87 115778.01 04/17/2019 0627510   Employee Falls From Aerial Lift To Ground
88 115491.01 04/11/2019 0418800   Employee Fractures Back, Injures Head In Fall From Lift
89 115859.01 04/08/2019 0420600   Employee Falls From Lift Basket And Breaks Arm
90 115825.01 04/04/2019 0454510 X Employee Is Pinned Between Lift And Beam And Dies
91 115511.01 04/03/2019 0751910   Employee'S Leg Is Crushed When Aerial Lift Overturns
92 114871.01 03/28/2019 0626600   Employee Sustains Multiple Fractures When Scissor Lift Falls
93 114604.01 03/14/2019 0626300   Employee Lacerates Legs When Struck By Falling Steel Beams
94 114442.01 03/13/2019 0452110 X Construction Company Owner Is Killed When Shocked By Power L
95 114483.01 03/13/2019 0627510 X Employee Contacts Energized Power Lines And Is Killed
96 114406.01 03/12/2019 0420600 X Employee Is Ejected From Aerial Lift And Is Killed
97 114369.01 03/11/2019 0728900   Employee Receives Electric Shock And Falls From Aerial Lift,
98 114543.01 03/11/2019 0418100   Employee Is Struck As Forklift Backs Up And Injures Leg
99 119309.01 03/08/2019 0950632   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall From Aerial Lift
100 114296.01 03/08/2019 0552652 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Crane

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