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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 200552081 02/12/2002 0625700 X 1381 Employee Is Killed When He Falls From Height
62 361485865 04/22/2002 0950614   6514 Three Employees Sustain Burns In Electrical Fire
63 201351681 04/23/2002 0419700 X 2092 Employee Is Electrocuted While Using Ungrounded Drill
64 201156940 01/26/2003 0950633   4225 Electric Shock & Fall - Ground Fault In Electric Cord
65 014246466 05/07/2003 0317900 X 8211 Employee Died After Fall From Ladder
66 201041548 08/05/2003 0953220   1542 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Set
67 201174307 08/15/2003 0950621   1731 Employee Is Injured After Falling Onto Drill Bit
68 201174281 08/20/2003 0950621   1542 Two Employees Burned In Propane Gas Explosion
69 201084852 11/06/2003 0950625   5999 Flash Fire Burns Employee
70 201117900 06/21/2004 0950643   4581 Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated By Drill
71 201175833 07/13/2004 0950621   1711 Employee Injures Eye After Falling From Metal Ladder
72 201857604 10/27/2004 0452110 X 3694 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
73 201069085 06/13/2005 0950632   1751 Employee Sustains Eye Injury When Drill Bit Breaks
74 201087020 10/07/2005 0950625   1752 Employee Amputated A Finger Using A Hand Drill Mixing Grout
75 202452140 10/23/2005 0950642   1795 Burn - Electric Drill Ignites Flammable Vapors
76 201954468 10/26/2005 0522000   3714 Employee'S Thumb Is Injuried By Flying Object
77 201489465 03/06/2007 0950622   1771 Employee Amputates Finger While Using Drill To Mix Material
78 201380904 04/10/2007 0214500   2752 Snapped Drill Bit Lacerates Maintenance Supervisor'S Wrist
79 201126695 04/19/2008 0950613   1521 Employee Crushes Finger Between Drill And Wood Frame
80 200677375 05/19/2008 0418800 X 4911 Two Employees Are Electrocuted From Tower; Kills One, Injure

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