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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 200922920 06/19/2012 0355114 X 1794 Owner Is Struck And Killed When Loader/Excavator Fails
22 200201317 12/22/2000 0418200 X 783 Employee Killed From Fall Out Of Bucket
23 200203230 11/04/2008 0418200 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Truck Bucket
24 201270733 04/05/1999 0418300 X 3341 One Employee Killed, Another Injured In Flash Fire
25 79280.015 09/01/2015 0418300 X Employee Is Electrocuted By Power Line While Working On Elev
26 200901742 02/08/2006 0418400 X 2875 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Loader And Assembly
27 200901619 03/30/2005 0418400 X 783 Employee Dies In Fall From Bucket Of Truck Lift
28 014348130 05/23/1984 0418400 X 1629 Crushed Between Elevator Bucket And Elevator Access Opening
29 138997.01 09/07/2021 0418800 X Employee Is Killed When Bucket Truck Arm Falls
30 201352895 11/21/2005 0419700 X 1629 Employee Is Killed When Tree Crushed Cab Of Excavator
31 202461562 02/09/2006 0420600 X 782 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Skid Steer Loader
32 201859972 04/03/2009 0452110 X 783 Employee Is Electrocuted And Killed
33 000760470 03/10/1989 0453710 X 7389 Employee Killed When Thrown From Raised Bucket Truck
34 170570238 07/20/1994 0454510   1611 Employee Hospitalized When Ejected From Elevated Bucket
35 000763300 07/12/1989 0454712 X 1791 Employee Killed By Falling Piece Of Metal Cut By A Torch
36 69111.015 11/17/2014 0521100 X Employee Falls From Elevated Platform And Is Killed
37 125264.01 04/07/2020 0521400 X Employee Falls From Elevated Height And Is Killed
38 200821130 05/16/2001 0521400 X 1799 Employee Falls From Aerial Lift And Dies
39 200800761 10/16/2002 0523300 X 783 Employee Killed After Fallling From Bucket
40 000848838 01/10/1996 0524200 X 1623 One Employee Killed, One Injured By Falling Backhoe Bucket

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