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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 109386.01 09/10/2018 0950615   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Knee
22 109330.01 08/30/2018 0418800   Employee Incurs Multiple Contusions In Fall From Roof
23 108710.01 08/29/2018 0352430   Employee Receives Unspecified Rib Injuries When Scaffold Is
24 110210.01 08/24/2018 0950633   Employee Contracts Possible Coccidioidomycosis, A Fungal Lun
25 108792.01 08/23/2018 0111700   Employee Fractures Shoulder When Aerial Lift Pops Free And T
26 112318.01 08/17/2018 0950631   Employee Fractures Wrist And Nose In Fall From Ladder
27 110288.01 08/14/2018 0950623   Employee Receives Laceration To Chin And Unspecified Ankle I
28 108196.01 08/10/2018 0950631 X Employee Falls From A Ladder And Is Killed When Scaffold Col
29 108366.01 08/10/2018 0950633   Employee Working From Ten-Foot Mobile Scaffold Falls And Inc
30 108380.01 08/09/2018 0134000   Worker Attempting To Paint Transformer Is Shocked, Burned
31 108116.01 07/30/2018 0454510 X One Employee Dies From Electrical Shock And One Is Hospitali
32 107831.01 07/28/2018 0950633 X Employee Hits Head In Fall From Ladder; Later Dies
33 109582.01 07/27/2018 0950631   Employee Falls Into Elevator Shaft, Breaks Wrist
34 107537.01 07/19/2018 0134000 X Employee Sustains Broken Leg And Head Trauma Falling From La
35 107631.01 07/12/2018 0111700   Employee Breaks Ankle In Fall Through Elevator Shaft
36 107372.01 07/06/2018 0418300   Employee Is Struck By Falling Trailer And Sustains Multiple
37 107308.01 07/03/2018 0728900   Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall From Scaffold
38 109289.01 06/29/2018 0418200   Employee Sustains Fractures In Fall From Elevated Man Lift
39 107393.01 06/22/2018 0420600   Painter Falls And Sustains Traumatic Head Injury
40 106695.01 06/21/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Killed When His Head Is Caught Between Aerial Li

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