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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 54046.015 10/29/2013 0627510 X Employee Is Struck By Pressurized Steel Pipe And Is Killed
22 52986.015 08/30/2013 0213900 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Utility Pole And Is Killed
23 51766.015 08/29/2013 0729700 X One Employee Killed; One Is Injured After Contacting Power L
24 51486.015 08/23/2013 0419400 X Employee Receives An Electrical Shock And Is Killed
25 46826.015 06/20/2013 0626000 X Employee Is Crushed Between Drill Line And Turn Back Roller
26 46747.015 06/19/2013 0627510 X Employee Falls From Derrick Board And Is Killed
27 46306.015 06/11/2013 0627100 X One Employee Falls From Derrick Platform And Is Killed; One
28 45287.015 05/22/2013 0418300 X Employee Contacts Energized Power Line And Is Electrocuted
29 200376366 05/15/2013 0454510   1623 Two Workers Are Injured When Truck Falls Off Bridge
30 200376499 05/11/2013 0454510 X 2951 Employee Dies Of Asphyxiation When Covered By Dirt
31 41499.015 02/25/2013 0522500 X One Employee Killed, One Injured On Drilling Rig
32 14655.015 04/04/2012 0625400 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From An Oil Derrick Rig
33 202471587 02/27/2012 0950646   8221 Electrician Fractures Foot And Leg In Fall From Truck
34 201408408 06/27/2011 0552651   1623 Three Employees Sustain Burns From Energized Line
35 02017.015 05/25/2011 0522300 X Worker Is Electrocuted When Augur Contacts Energized Distrib
36 200375483 03/21/2011 0454510   1731 Load Line Breaks And Injures Worker
37 202520458 08/20/2010 0950624 X 4911 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
38 314709346 08/20/2010 0935000 X 1623 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
39 202087714 09/07/2006 0524700   4911 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Pole
40 200531044 09/06/2006 0751910 X 4911 Employee Is Struck By Falling Utility Pole, Later Dies

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