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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 75154.015 03/20/2015 0950635 X Employee Falls From Ladder And Is Killed
142 75765.015 01/04/2015 0625400   Painter Receives Electric Shock When Ladder Touches Power Li
143 69706.015 12/12/2014 0950632 X Employee Falls From Ladder And Dies
144 75621.015 11/03/2014 0524200 X Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder, Later Dies
145 68773.015 10/24/2014 0522000 X Two Employees Falls From Suspended Scaffold And Is Killed
146 63530.015 06/19/2014 0830600 X Two Employee Fall From Aerial Lift And Are Killed
147 64450.015 06/19/2014 0830600 X Two Employee Fall From Aerial Lift And Are Killed
148 200926764 04/09/2014 0355117 X 1721 Painter Is Killed In Fall From Water Tank Catwalk
149 201460078 04/04/2014 0950632   1521 Worker Incurs Multiple Injuries In Fall From Ladder
150 59788.015 03/26/2014 0522300 X Employee'S Clothing Catches Fire And Is Killed
151 202676045 03/15/2014 0950621 X 1799 Construction Helper Is Electrocuted While Erecting Scaffold
152 202719324 03/10/2014 0950612   1721 Painter Incurs Multiple Fractures In Fall From Ladder
153 202546917 02/26/2014 0950641   1521 Painter Fractures Legs In Fall From Ladder
154 202510582 02/20/2014 0950663   1721 Employee Falls From Ladder Inside Tank And Is Injured
155 202532396 02/11/2014 0950635   1521 Construction Worker Fractures Leg In Fall From Scaffold
156 202557161 01/30/2014 0950631   1721 Painter Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
157 202561882 01/22/2014 0950411 X 1721 Two Painters Are Killed When Aerial Lift Tips Over
158 202721783 01/14/2014 0352440 X 8742 Two Employees Are Overcomed By Carbon Monoxide And One Dies
159 202719282 01/14/2014 0950612   1522 Worker Falls, Injures Shoulder When Scaffold Railing Fails
160 56869.015 01/14/2014 0625400 X Employee Falls And Is Killed

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