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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 202509295 07/07/2012 0950622   4841 Employee Breaks Heel In Fall From Cable Pole
162 202509402 05/22/2012 0950622   1542 Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall Through Ceiling
163 201487469 03/10/2005 0950622   1541 Employee'S Fingers Are Crushed While Moving Equipment
164 201101110 06/28/1999 0950623   1794 Employee Injured In Trench Excavation Cave-In
165 170696264 10/27/1993 0950624   4213 Employee Struck In Head By Falling Plastic Pipe
166 201104296 08/09/2003 0950624   1799 Fall From Ladder Injures Employee
167 201103207 08/28/2002 0950624 X 1742 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Energized Vent Pipe
168 121818.01 11/19/2019 0950624 X Employee Is Killed While Replacing Light Fixture
169 202517371 05/13/2008 0950624   4222 Employee Suffers Electrocution From Electrical Panel Arc Fla
170 170615215 07/22/1994 0950625   134 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor
171 170623482 04/17/1996 0950625   1795 Burn - Electrical Fault In Electrical Box
172 127518.01 06/19/2020 0950625 X Employee Installing Electrical Conduit Is Electrocuted
173 122950.01 08/09/2019 0950625   Employee'S Arm Is Fractured When Pulled Into Machine
174 121986.01 06/17/2019 0950625   Employee In Trench Is Struck By Falling Concrete Cap And Inc
175 170629927 04/03/2001 0950625   1794 Employee Injured In Trench Cave-In
176 170873772 02/07/2002 0950625   1799 Employee Injured When Struck In The Head By Flying Pig
177 170701957 08/27/1998 0950631 X 7353 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Conduit
178 202553830 06/22/2011 0950631   7699 Employee Is Burned While Repairing Heating System
179 170701551 04/21/1998 0950631   1731 Employee' S Hand Lacerated When Rope Snaps Back
180 118256.01 04/08/2019 0950631   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Neck And Leg

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