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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
321 201363439 08/17/2009 0419400 X 3732 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Block Of Davit Crane
322 201562329 08/14/2009 0854910 X 1731 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Extension Ladder
323 202489456 08/05/2009 0950621   8748 Employee Is Injured When Utility Pole Fails
324 202489449 07/31/2009 0950621   1771 Employee Sustains Burns In Possible Arc Flash
325 202607933 07/29/2009 0352450   1731 Three Employees Are Injured From Electric Shock
326 201353869 07/26/2009 0419700 X 8744 Employee Suffers Electrical Shock, Later Dies
327 200604304 07/23/2009 0625410 X 1731 Employee Is Electrocuted
328 202601019 07/21/2009 0950633   1731 Electrician Is Burned In Arc Flash
329 201573607 07/17/2009 0830500 X 1731 Employee Dies After Falling From Stepladder
330 200802239 06/18/2009 0523300 X 2011 Employee Is Killed When Electrocuted By Lighting
331 202519203 06/17/2009 0950624   1731 Employee Receives Burn When Steam Is Released
332 201074127 06/08/2009 0950632   7363 Employee Sustains Electrical Burns From Arc Flash
333 202540431 06/08/2009 0950641   1731 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Scaffold Ladder
334 200758837 06/08/2009 0522500   1731 Employee Dies Of Heart Attack At Work
335 202597753 06/03/2009 0950633   1731 Employee Receives Flash Burns While Working On Panel
336 201942786 06/02/2009 0951510   1731 Employee Is Severely Burn By Electrical Arching
337 202483830 05/29/2009 0420600 X 1731 Employee Is Electrocuted While Disconnecting Power
338 202489134 05/26/2009 0950621   1731 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Runway Trailer
339 201022167 05/05/2009 0950615   1731 Employee Sustains Burns From Arcing Electrical Component
340 200784700 05/05/2009 0626300 X 1731 Employee Falls From Roof, Is Killed

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