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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201352622 11/19/2004 0419700 X 5431 Employee Is Killed When Exposed To Electric Shock
62 201353927 10/05/2009 0419700 X 1731 Employee Is Electrocuted While Connecting Conduit
63 80254.015 10/12/2015 0420600 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Pulling Wire Through A Condui
64 122982.01 02/14/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Pipe Testing P
65 202344826 09/30/2004 0420600 X 3089 Employee Is Electrocuted By Pulverizer Machine
66 202338356 05/10/2003 0420600 X 1731 Employee Struck And Killed By Cable Spool
67 202327946 08/21/2002 0420600 X 1799 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Energized Conduit
68 121909.01 07/30/2019 0420600   Employee Sustains Fractures In Fall Through Roof Trusses
69 200359719 08/05/2011 0453710 X 1731 Employee Falls With Lift And Later Dies
70 200356400 07/10/2007 0453710   4911 Employee Is Burned By Arc Flash
71 000942706 10/24/1991 0453710 X 2296,1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts Thru Conduit
72 200352789 07/26/2002 0453710 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Energized Circuit
73 000908715 03/01/1994 0454510   1731 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Conduit
74 200372712 01/28/2003 0454510 X 1731 Employee Killed In Trench Cave-In
75 170571905 01/17/1996 0454510   1541 Employee'S Head Lacerated When Struck By Falling Conduit
76 200625168 02/02/2009 0454712 X 1731 Employee Dies After Fall From Step Ladder
77 200620789 02/18/2000 0454712 X 1799 Employee Killed When Caught By Rotating Reamer
78 133484.01 02/02/2021 0454712   Employee Cuts Live Electrical Line And Is Burned
79 000978197 11/15/1993 0454716 X 2015 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
80 014214753 09/09/1985 0454735 X 9311 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Streetlighting Cable

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