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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
321 202489134 05/26/2009 0950621   1731 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Runway Trailer
322 201022167 05/05/2009 0950615   1731 Employee Sustains Burns From Arcing Electrical Component
323 200784700 05/05/2009 0626300 X 1731 Employee Falls From Roof, Is Killed
324 202467866 04/16/2009 0950643   1731 Employee Is Burned In Electrical Arc Flash
325 201924784 03/30/2009 0626700 X 1731 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
326 200775641 03/27/2009 0134000   1731 Employee Fractures Leg When Pinned By Electrical Switchgear
327 200083582 03/13/2009 0112000 X 1731 Employee Is Electrocuted Working On Hvac Unit
328 202597993 03/10/2009 0950633   1731 Employee Is Injured In Trip And Fall
329 202540530 02/17/2009 0950641   4941 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
330 200677615 02/15/2009 0418800 X 4911 Employee Is Electrocuted While Replacing Lines
331 202475653 02/11/2009 0950636   1541 Electrician Falls Down Ladder And Fractures Wrist
332 200625168 02/02/2009 0454712 X 1731 Employee Dies After Fall From Step Ladder
333 201073277 12/27/2008 0950632   1731 Two Workers Burned In An Arc Flash
334 202455283 12/11/2008 0950642   7699 Electrician Is Burned By Arc Flash
335 202550216 12/09/2008 0950631   1731 Employee Amputated Finger While Wire Brushing Rebar
336 202454930 12/09/2008 0950642   3085 Employee Moving Wires With A Screwdriver Causes An Arc Blast
337 202483707 11/25/2008 0420600 X 4911 Electrician Dies From Arc Flash
338 200357697 11/22/2008 0453710 X 2434 Employee Dies After Being Burned By An Electrical Arc Flash
339 202518338 11/21/2008 0950624   1761 Employee'S Pinky Is Amputated When Pinched On Scissor Lift
340 201638178 11/20/2008 1054112   1623,1731 Journeyman Lineman Gets Shocked When Coworker Turns Power On

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