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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 117814.01 07/09/2019 0627510 X Employee Is Killed When Pinned Between Trucks
22 116621.01 05/28/2019 0521400 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Boom Lift Hits Power Line
23 115844.01 04/24/2019 0213100   Employee Receives Shock After Touching Energized Power Line
24 115316.01 03/12/2019 0419700   Equipment Operator Is Struck By Log And Falls From Truck, In
25 114672.01 02/25/2019 0950633   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Shoulder
26 118416.01 02/22/2019 0950611   Employee Fractures Ankle When Struck By Boom Lift
27 113187.01 01/31/2019 0134000   Employee Bruises Ribs In Fall From Truck Platform During Ins
28 113344.01 01/25/2019 1032500 X Employee Is Ejected From Log Processor Cab During Equipment
29 112658.01 01/14/2019 0830100   Employee Sustains Electric Shock After Coming Into Contact W
30 112860.01 01/14/2019 0950411   Employee Is Injured By Forklift
31 112190.01 12/31/2018 0950411   Employee Sustains Multiple Injuries When Ejected From Boom B
32 112297.01 12/28/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When Ejected From Truck Bucket While Trim
33 114024.01 12/20/2018 0855610 X Employee Is Ejected From Boom Truck And Is Killed
34 112763.01 12/14/2018 0950621   Employee'S Spinal Cord Is Fractured In Fall From Scaffold
35 111846.01 12/05/2018 0521100   Two Employees Are Injured By Electric Shock In Arc From Pow
36 112116.01 11/29/2018 0454732   Employee Fractures Vertebra When Boom Lift Strikes I-Beam Wh
37 111035.01 11/06/2018 0728500 X Employee Contacts Powerline And Is Killed
38 110736.01 10/26/2018 0454711   Employee Receives Electric Shock And Burns After Boom Lift T
39 111854.01 10/25/2018 0352450   Employee Fractures Leg When Struck By Steel Tubes
40 110437.01 10/19/2018 0729700 X Employee Is Killed When Bucket Falls From Aerial Lift'S Arm

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