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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201077559 12/09/2011 0950632   1731 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Cable
182 170160741 09/03/1990 0950632 X 3841 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
183 201061447 10/21/1998 0950632   4941 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Conduit
184 111822.01 12/11/2018 0950632   Employee Installing Wiring Is Burned In Arc Flash
185 201157146 02/28/2003 0950633   1623 Employee Suffers Fractured Pelvis In Cave In
186 202597993 03/10/2009 0950633   1731 Employee Is Injured In Trip And Fall
187 201156668 10/25/2002 0950633   1541 Employee Struck On Knee With Blow Gun
188 201156270 07/23/2002 0950633 X 3993 Employee Is Shocked And Dies While Working On Light Fixture
189 300857182 03/15/2002 0950633   5531 Employee Sustains Head Injuries As A Result Of A Fall
190 202444188 07/14/2006 0950633   1542 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Conduit Pipe
191 136110.01 08/20/2020 0950633 X Employee Is Killed By Suspected Hyperthermia Digging Trench
192 202584843 11/17/2008 0950633   1623 Jackhammer'S Broken Bit Crushes Employee'S Foot
193 201038700 08/22/2006 0950635   3498 Employee'S Hand Is Injured When Caught In Machine
194 201034386 11/20/2002 0950635 X 1761 Employee Is Electrocuted When Contacting Energized Conduit
195 202476651 03/29/2010 0950636   1731 Two Employees Are Injured In Electrical Shock
196 110260.01 06/21/2018 0950641   Employee Amputates Finger When Caught Between Railing Of Des
197 109599.01 04/16/2018 0950641   Employee Falls From Ladder And Incurs Multiple Fractures
198 132548.01 01/20/2021 0950641 X Employee Is Killed By Heart Attack
199 202542841 02/17/2011 0950641   1794 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Falling Poll Box
200 201167202 07/27/2005 0950641   3721 Employee'S Arm Is Burned In Explosion

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