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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 200783041 01/27/2004 0626300 X 1311 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Oil Derrick
142 201117504 01/10/2004 0950643   1381 Employee Is Injured From 20 Foot Fall
143 200553105 10/22/2003 0625700 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Derrick Travelling Block
144 170710859 10/01/2003 0111500 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By Stabilizer Legs
145 200782878 08/20/2003 0626300 X 1389 Employee Is Electrocuted At Well Service Site
146 200211340 08/07/2003 0626000 X 1389 Employee Is Electrocuted When Truck Derrick Strick Line
147 362363343 06/23/2003 0950631   1623 Employee Burned In Utility Pole Electric Flash
148 201320520 06/13/2003 0317900 X 4813 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
149 201572476 05/13/2003 0830500 X 1389 Emplooyee Killed By Fallen Mast
150 200552792 03/31/2003 0625700 X 1381 Employee Killed After Falling From Derrick
151 200642650 03/06/2003 0627700 X 1389 Employee Killed After Falling From Platform
152 200711851 03/06/2003 0636900 X 1381 One Employee Killed And One Employee Injured By Chain
153 201124344 02/06/2003 0950613   1761 Employee Injured After Fall From Roof
154 201172525 12/21/2002 0950621   1381 Employee Struck In Leg By Broken Survey Line
155 200782571 11/26/2002 0626300 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall From Derrick Boom
156 201115243 11/16/2002 0950643 X 1381 Oil Rig Fire Kills One Employee And Injures Another
157 200352847 10/30/2002 0453710 X 1799 Two Employees Killed, Two Injured In Tower Collapse
158 000952176 10/17/2002 0355116 X 4911 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
159 200811412 09/30/2002 0627400 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Oil Well Derrick
160 200711703 08/10/2002 0636900 X 1381 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Oil Derrick

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