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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 202363479 07/27/2007 0352450   1799 Employee Injured In Fall With Roof Overhang
302 200090611 07/25/2007 0112300 X 1623 Employee Killed When Mobile Gantry Crane Overturns
303 200462208 07/25/2007 0111400 X 1761 Employee Electrocuted When Scaffold Pole Hits Power Line
304 201311701 07/05/2007 0213400 X 1751 Employee Killed In Fall At Building Demolition Site
305 202498796 06/26/2007 0352440   1761 Employee Injured In Fall While Disconnecting Scaffold
306 200374205 05/29/2007 0454510 X 5015 Employee Is Killed By Falling Vehicle
307 200924819 05/05/2007 0355111 X 1761 Employee Electrocuted When Scaffold Pole Contacts Power Line
308 202078143 05/04/2007 0453730   7538 Employee Burned When Light Ignites Vapors
309 200380715 05/03/2007 0336000   3341,7349 Three Employees Injured When Battery Explodes
310 201070968 04/22/2007 0950632   7359 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Tent Pole
311 202464756 04/14/2007 0950643   1389 Employee'S Thumb Amputated By Falling Machine Part
312 200980803 03/20/2007 0855610 X 1799 Employee Killed When Scaffold Falls
313 200774636 02/01/2007 0134000   4841 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder
314 201089281 01/22/2007 0950625   3714 Employee Amputates Finger In Automotive Brake Caliper
315 202473260 01/10/2007 0950636   3469 Worker Falls From Ladder And Lacerates Head
316 200742112 11/28/2006 0213100 X 1761 Employee Electrocuted While Dismantling Scaffold
317 200514305 11/10/2006 0552700 X 782 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Boom
318 200541514 11/08/2006 0317500 X 1761 Employee Electrocuted When Ladder Contacts Power Line
319 200514297 11/06/2006 0552700 X 1791 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Tower Crane
320 200612398 10/13/2006 0111700   1795 Employee Injured When Struck As Excavator Overturns

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