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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202494084 01/14/2010 0215000   7349 Employee'S Arm And Hands Are Burned By Electric Arc
42 200677938 09/26/2009 0418800 X 1731 Employee Contacts Live Wire; Is Electrocuted And Dies
43 202607933 07/29/2009 0352450   1731 Three Employees Are Injured From Electric Shock
44 202601019 07/21/2009 0950633   1731 Electrician Is Burned In Arc Flash
45 202540464 05/20/2009 0950641   8211 Employee Is Burned While Replacing Circuit Breaker
46 200902385 05/15/2009 0418400 X 3699 Two Employees In Arc Blast Are Killed
47 202475877 04/25/2009 0950636   5411 Employee Receives Burns From Electrical Flash Fire
48 202549879 02/10/2009 0950631   7381 Employee Suffers Smoke Inhalation From Fire In Home
49 202455283 12/11/2008 0950642   7699 Electrician Is Burned By Arc Flash
50 202539953 09/23/2008 0950641   7349 Employee Is Burned When Circuit Breaker Explodes
51 200713469 06/14/2008 0636900 X 1731 Employee Suffers Electrocution From Energized Circuit
52 201043841 05/28/2008 0953220   5063 Electrical Explosion Injures Two Employees
53 014294730 05/27/2008 0355110 X 9512 Employee Suffers Electrocution From Overhead Power Line
54 201184298 05/18/2008 0950611   4911 Employee Suffers Electrocution, Fracturesshoulder While Inst
55 201149770 04/22/2008 0950631   1731 Employee Is Injured From Electric Arc Flash
56 201637584 02/27/2008 1054111   1731 Worker Receives Electric Shock Installing Circuit Breaker
57 201859295 01/29/2008 0452110   1731 Three Employees Burned In Electric Arc Blast
58 202472262 11/20/2007 0420600 X 3089 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Machine
59 202485603 07/12/2007 0950621   1731 Employee Suffers Electrical Burns From Arcing Panel
60 202444667 09/16/2006 0950633   4911 Employee Is Injured By Electrical Arc Blast

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