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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 68606.015 10/08/2014 0352450 X Employee Is Injured When Ejected From Boom Lift Basket And
62 67891.015 09/07/2014 0627700 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Vehicle
63 67269.015 08/31/2014 0418400 X Employee Is Pinched In Aerial Device And Dies
64 67289.015 08/30/2014 0355118 X Employee Struck By Falling Forklift Basket Is Killed
65 62149.015 05/24/2014 0626000 X Employee Falls From Height And Is Killed
66 59989.015 04/01/2014 0627510 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Boom Contacts Power Line
67 201499159 12/29/2013 0950625   2022 Employee Operates Lift And Receives Electric Shock
68 202557617 11/06/2013 0950631   7996 Employee Is Struck By Falling Lift And Suffers Injuries
69 202545737 11/06/2013 0950641   5137 Employee Pinches And Amputates Toe Between Lift And Rack
70 53046.015 09/30/2013 0317300 X Employee Is Struck By Computer Server And Is Crushed
71 52592.015 09/16/2013 0626600 X Employee Is Caught In Forklift Mast And Is Killed
72 201079472 09/05/2013 0950632   5013 Worker Crushes Finger With Automotive Lift
73 51586.015 08/23/2013 0626700 X Automotive Technician Pinned Beneath Truck And Is Killed
74 202510061 07/27/2013 0950622   5251 Employee'S Foot Is Caught By Lift And Toes Are Amputated
75 45686.015 06/03/2013 0111700 X Employee Removes Hydraulic Line And Is Crushed By The Lift'S
76 200926483 04/29/2013 0355116 X 2434 Employee Is Killed When Hydraulic Lift Falls
77 43925.015 04/23/2013 0627700 X Employee, Caught-Between Aerial Lift And Overhead Beam, Is K
78 202523718 04/20/2013 0950624   723 Employee Sustains Fractures When Tower Hydraulic Breaks
79 202545141 03/22/2013 0950641   7538 Mechanic Pins, Fractures Wrist Between Van Chassis And Lift
80 202716676 03/19/2013 0352430 X 5719 Employee Is Struck By Dock Plate And Later Dies

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