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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 134355.01 03/15/2021 0626300 X Employee Dies After Receiving Electric Shock
2 120350.01 09/26/2019 0653510 X Employee Is Killed When Contacting High Voltage Power Line
3 118467.01 03/27/2019 0950631   Employee Suffers Panic Attack After Exiting Work Truck
4 119400.01 03/04/2019 0950647   Employee Amputates Fingertip When Caught Between Objects
5 109814.01 10/05/2018 0552652 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Boom Contacts Power Lines
6 105468.01 05/10/2018 0830600 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Derrick Hits Overhead Power Li
7 105214.01 05/02/2018 0419700 X Employee Is Ejected From Digger Truck And Is Killed
8 109561.01 04/19/2018 1054111   Seven Employees Are Hospitalized When Frame Collapses
9 104479.01 04/03/2018 0627700 X Employee Falls From A Well Service Rig Derrick And Is Killed
10 108018.01 02/15/2018 0214500   Employee Jumps From Digger Derrick And Fractures Heel.
11 102000.01 01/04/2018 0627500   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Drill Press Guide
12 101715.01 12/21/2017 0627700 X Employee Falls From Mobile Rig On Derrick And Is Killed
13 100706.01 11/10/2017 0830500   Employee'S Toe Is Amputated During Hoisting Operation
14 100388.01 10/30/2017 0830500   Employee Suffers Neck Laceration When Slick Line Parts
15 99917.015 10/05/2017 0830300   Employee Is Struck By Falling Sewer Pipe And Leg Is Fracture
16 99297.015 09/25/2017 0626000 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Drilling Rig And Suffers Crush
17 97950.015 08/08/2017 0316300   Employee'S Leg Is Crushed When Caught Between Suspended Load
18 97582.015 07/21/2017 0419400   Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Cable
19 97115.015 07/06/2017 0419400   Employee Is Sickened By Heat Exhaustion
20 96144.015 06/02/2017 0626600   Employee Installing Utility Pole Incurs Multiple Fractures

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