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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
361 201773280 09/08/2008 0213900 X 3499 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Forklift
362 201073020 09/03/2008 0950632   1742 Painter Falls From Scaffolding And Fractures Sternum
363 201638194 08/27/2008 1054112   1721 Employee Injures Back In Fall From Ladder
364 201126869 08/21/2008 0950613   1721 Employee Is Injured When Saw Kicks Back
365 202539888 08/07/2008 0950641   1721 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
366 200332138 08/04/2008 0830300   1721 Painter Contacts High Voltage Wire, Falls, And Is Injured
367 200083434 07/28/2008 0112000   1721 Employee Receives Concussion Falling From Ladder
368 170840789 07/28/2008 0950615 X 1721 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
369 202454831 07/22/2008 0950642   7532 Spray Painter Receives Electrical Burn From Heat Drying Lamp
370 202367595 07/17/2008 1055330   1522 Two Employees' Injured In Fall From A Ladder
371 202539326 07/10/2008 0950641   1721 Employee Sustains Heat Exhaustion While Painting
372 200203180 07/08/2008 0418200 X 1721 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Extension Ladder
373 201751781 07/02/2008 0830600 X 1721 Employee Is Killed From Fall Off Ladder While Painting
374 202518015 06/11/2008 0950624   8661 Employee Falls From Ladder, Sustains Unspecified Injuries
375 202560348 06/09/2008 0352420   1721 Five Employees Injured By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
376 200831238 05/31/2008 0215600 X 1799 Employee Falls From Fire Escape, Is Killed
377 202005138 05/29/2008 0317000 X 1721 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Mobile Scaffold
378 125474304 05/21/2008 0950615   1721 Employee'S Head Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
379 200925386 05/19/2008 0355111 X 1721 Painter Is Electrocuted When Ladder Contacts Wires
380 202483517 05/17/2008 0420600 X 3499 Employee Suffers Electrocution From Overhead Power Lines

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