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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201408424 08/03/2011 0552651 X 1541 Employee Dies After Fall Into Underground Pit
62 200074763 08/01/2011 0453720 X 4952 Employee Is Fatally Struck By Bucket Of Trackhoe And Manhole
63 202064333 07/02/2011 0420100 X 3731 One Employee Dies And One Is Burned In Painting Flash Fire
64 202252169 06/16/2011 0953210   1799 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Manhole Into Sewer Pit
65 200359412 06/07/2011 0453710 X 1623 Employee Is Killed In Manhole From Suffocation
66 200074615 01/05/2011 0453720 X 1623 One Employee Is Killed, Two Hospitalized In Manhole Accident
67 202561155 12/15/2010 0950411 X 1623 Employee Dies From Injuries When Struck By Falling Pipe
68 201408325 11/29/2010 0552651 X 1629 Employee Is Struck By Vehicle
69 201562543 10/21/2010 0854910 X 1794 Worker Killed By Falling Concrete In Manhole
70 201000338 09/06/2010 0253690 X 9199 Two Employees Are Killed In Manhole
71 201763687 08/06/2010 0626600 X 4899 Employee Dies From Asphyxia While Inspecting Duct Work
72 201345329 04/01/2010 0729700 X 2873 Three Employees Are Overcome In Tank, Two Are Killed
73 200514925 10/23/2009 0552700 X 1623 Employee Is Killed From Electric Shock
74 202476305 10/07/2009 0950636   8221 Employee Is Injured When Coworker Kicks Manhole Cover
75 201562303 07/21/2009 0854910 X 9131 Employee Dies From Lack Of Oxygen In Confined Space
76 200604205 05/19/2009 0625410 X 3612 Employee Is Killed When Electrical Wires Arc
77 201763372 04/24/2009 0626600 X 1623 One Employee Dies And Two Are Injured In Manhole
78 202586004 04/10/2009 0950612   7371 Employee Suffers Ankle Laceration When Manhole Cover Falls
79 202342259 10/09/2008 0215000 X 4911 Splicer Killed In Manhole Fire.
80 200357176 08/25/2008 0453710   1623 Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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