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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 105467.01 05/07/2018 0524200   Employee Falls From Ladder While Working On Live Electrical
22 109599.01 04/16/2018 0950641   Employee Falls From Ladder And Incurs Multiple Fractures
23 104614.01 04/10/2018 0418100 X Employee Contacts An Energized 277 Volt Wire And Is Electroc
24 104164.01 03/16/2018 0728900   Employee'S Head Is Injured In Fall
25 103458.01 02/15/2018 0352460   Employee Saws Through Conduit And Is Shocked
26 122982.01 02/14/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Pipe Testing P
27 103177.01 02/08/2018 0524200   Employee Is Struck By Falling Tank And Fractures Two Ribs
28 102772.01 01/25/2018 0627100   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Arm
29 105954.01 01/17/2018 0950644   Employee Catches Finger In Rope And Lacerates Finger
30 102299.01 01/04/2018 0830500   Employee Falls From Ladder And Loses Consciousness
31 102179.01 11/10/2017 0950644   Employee Installing Storm Drain Pipe Has Hand Crushed
32 99198.015 09/21/2017 0215000 X One Employee Killed; One Employee Hospitalized When Both Are
33 99291.015 09/09/2017 0950631   Worker Falls From Scissor Lift And Incurs Multiple Injuries
34 99038.015 09/07/2017 0522300   Employee'S Finger Is Caught Between Conduit And Guard And Is
35 98882.015 08/29/2017 0728900   Employee Fractures His Orbital Socket When He Falls In A Gra
36 99223.015 08/16/2017 0950631   Worker Falls From Ramp Above Roof And Fractures Ankle
37 97806.015 07/28/2017 0855610   Worker Is Struck By Cable, Falls And Incurs Back Injuries
38 101415.01 06/28/2017 0953220   Two Employees Suffer Chemical Burns From Sulfuric Acid Relea
39 95098.015 04/27/2017 0352430   Employee Receives Electrical Shock From Energized Wire
40 97550.015 04/12/2017 0953220   Demolition Worker Is Shocked By Live Wires In Building

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