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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 201086840 01/13/2006 0950625 X 1771 Employee Electrocuted When Light Tower Contacts Power Line
302 201179108 01/12/2006 0950621   1623 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Crane Boom
303 201635570 11/28/2005 1054112   782,1761 Employee Is Injured By Falling Scaffold
304 201182714 11/07/2005 0950611   1799 Employee'S Fingers Crushed While Dismantling Scaffold
305 200373769 10/27/2005 0454510 X 1795 Employee Is Killed During The Dismantling Of Water Tank
306 201107364 10/24/2005 0950624   7363 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Falling Rack
307 201087087 10/13/2005 0950625   161 Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated By Cutting Blade
308 200554038 09/08/2005 0625700 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall
309 201069051 08/29/2005 0950632 X 1711 Employee Killed In Fall From Utility Tower
310 200841138 08/29/2005 0524530 X 1711 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Heating Element
311 201086907 08/24/2005 0950625   2675 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Roof
312 201505906 08/16/2005 0950614   1622 Employee Suffers Amputation Removing Platform From Bridge
313 201991858 07/20/2005 0950411 X 5511 Employee Is Killed When Building Collapses
314 202441580 06/09/2005 0950633   1751 Employee Injures Back In Fall While Dismantling
315 200271427 06/06/2005 0524500 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Tower
316 201923489 05/10/2005 0626700 X 1799 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling Crane Boom
317 200150951 04/07/2005 0214700 X 1761 Two Electrocuted When Scaffold Pole Contacts Power Line
318 200801280 03/31/2005 0523300   3471 Employee Falls Through Hole In Roof Of Paint Booth
319 200773976 02/02/2005 0134000   1622 Employee'S Legs Are Crushed When Crane Heel Drops
320 201020385 11/26/2004 0950615   9199 Employee Falls Off Roof Panel

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