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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 202554218 09/23/2011 0950631   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Meter And Socket
242 201283470 09/13/2011 0418100 X 1629 Employee Is Electocuted From Contact With Energized Wires
243 202587028 09/06/2011 0950614   9223 Employee Is Burned In Electrical Arc Flash
244 200922607 09/02/2011 0355125 X 8741 Employee Is Electrocuted
245 200571636 08/18/2011 0316700 X 3251 Electrician Is Electrocuted While Removing Fixture
246 201623360 08/14/2011 1054116   3313 Electrician Sustains Electric Shock
247 200359719 08/05/2011 0453710 X 1731 Employee Falls With Lift And Later Dies
248 201023496 08/04/2011 0950615   1731 Employee Falls From Ladder And Receives Injuries
249 200999761 07/08/2011 0551800 X 3724 Electrician Is Electrocuted
250 202586863 07/06/2011 0950614 X 7629 Electrician Is Electrocuted While Repairing Dryer
251 201408382 06/23/2011 0552651 X 1741 Employee Is Crushed Between A Platform And Beam
252 202508677 06/21/2011 0950622   8711 Utility Pole Worker Is Injured In Fall Rom Pole
253 202521308 06/21/2011 0950624 X 4911 Utility Worker Is Electructed While Working On Street Light
254 202491718 06/20/2011 0950621   1731 Lineman Twists Ankle While Working On Pole
255 200556546 06/14/2011 0625700 X 1711 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
256 202470886 06/10/2011 0950643   7996 Employee'S Arm Is Fractured By Moving Train
257 200714145 06/09/2011 0636900 X 1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
258 202508529 06/06/2011 0950622   1721 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor
259 201128303 05/19/2011 0950613   7629 Electric Shock & Burn - Electrical Fault In Cabinet
260 200802643 05/12/2011 0523300   3993 Employee Receives Electrical Shock During Repair

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