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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 87860.015 08/17/2016 0626700 X Electrician Dies After Electrocution
102 87856.015 08/17/2016 0626700 X Employee Dies After Electrocution
103 87050.015 07/21/2016 0454510 X Employee Falls And Is Killed
104 87293.015 07/19/2016 0950411 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Cable Contacts Breaker
105 86859.015 07/14/2016 0953220 X Employee Makes Direct Contact With Energized Parts And Is Ki
106 86724.015 07/13/2016 0112000 X Employee Is Killed From Direct Contact With Energized Parts
107 85563.015 05/25/2016 0521400 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive And Dies From Heart Attack
108 85572.015 05/24/2016 0627700 X Electrician Troubleshooting Sign Contacts An Energized Part
109 84622.015 04/14/2016 0316100 X Employee Killed From Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
110 83694.015 03/15/2016 0728500 X Employee Is Electrocuted By Coming Into Contact With Energiz
111 83990.015 12/30/2015 0454510 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Tower Crane Pin
112 79867.015 09/25/2015 0452110 X Employee Is Struck By A Beam And Is Killed
113 200377612 06/01/2015 0454510   1623 Burn - Electrical Fault In Transformer
114 80044.015 01/29/2015 0950612   Worker Sustains Electrical Shock, Falls From Ladder, And Inj
115 76565.015 01/21/2015 0950612   Electrician Testing A Circuit Sustains Burns When Meter Expl
116 70067.015 01/19/2015 0627510 X Employee Is Killed After Falling Due To Hydrogen Sulfide Exp
117 73705.015 01/08/2015 0213600   Worker Testing Electrical Wires Touches Live Wire And Sustai
118 69052.015 10/04/2014 0950647 X Employee Falls From Tire Rack, And Later Dies
119 66409.015 07/22/2014 0728500 X Employee Falls From Bridge And Dies
120 60769.015 04/13/2014 0626300 X One Employee Killed, One Injured In Electrical Fire

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