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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 200625168 02/02/2009 0454712 X 1731 Employee Dies After Fall From Step Ladder
62 202584843 11/17/2008 0950633   1623 Jackhammer'S Broken Bit Crushes Employee'S Foot
63 202517371 05/13/2008 0950624   4222 Employee Suffers Electrocution From Electrical Panel Arc Fla
64 201043692 03/20/2008 0953220   1731,1542 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
65 201371200 08/11/2007 0317700 X 2421 Employee Is Electrocuted When Stripping Wire
66 200356400 07/10/2007 0453710   4911 Employee Is Burned By Arc Flash
67 202495107 12/04/2006 0950612   9111 Employee'S Fingers Are Fractured And Lacerated In Wire Pull
68 200541472 10/04/2006 0317500 X 3544 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
69 201992641 09/15/2006 0950411 X 1794 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Backhoe
70 201038700 08/22/2006 0950635   3498 Employee'S Hand Is Injured When Caught In Machine
71 200783900 07/29/2006 0626300 X 5012 Employee Is Shocked By Energized Fixture, Later Dies
72 202444188 07/14/2006 0950633   1542 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Conduit Pipe
73 201167863 05/08/2006 0950641   6513 Employee Is Electrical Shocked While Replacing Sump Pump Mot
74 202463261 04/13/2006 0950643   5261 Employee'S Arm Is Fractured In Fall From Steps
75 300833696 04/11/2006 0950643   1623 Employee Is Nearly Asphyxiated In Trench Cave-In
76 200451979 02/01/2006 0418600 X 1731 Electrician Is Killed When Crushed By Lift
77 202315495 10/14/2005 0950612   1731 Employee Fractures Pelvis When Scissor Lift Tips Over
78 202462560 09/20/2005 0950643   1731 Employee'S Vertebrae Fracture When Struck By Plywood
79 200262673 07/29/2005 0627100 X 7312 Employee Is Injured By Electric Shock, Later Dies
80 308108885 07/27/2005 0111400 X 8744 Employee Is Electrocuted By Energized Disconnect Box

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