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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 85964.015 06/09/2016 0111500 X Employee Is Electrocuted During Installation Of Utility Pole
2 103326.01 12/05/2017 0111700   Two Employee Receive Electrical Shock When Cable Contacts Po
3 100467.01 11/02/2017 0111700 X Employee Contacts A Power Line And Is Killed
4 106693.01 05/24/2018 0112000   Employee Is Shocked, Burned When Ladder Contacts Power Line
5 86505.015 05/06/2016 0112000 X Employee Is Electrocuted When A Tree Limb Contacts A High Vo
6 78796.015 01/21/2015 0112000 X An Employee Receives Electric Shock And Falls From Ladder Wh
7 58148.015 02/19/2014 0112000 X Employee Electrocuted While Operating A Dump Truck And Is Ki
8 41140.015 09/19/2012 0112300 X Employee Contacts Overhead Power Line, Falls From Ladder, An
9 106345.01 06/08/2018 0112300 X Employee Contacts Power Line, Later Dies
10 52610.015 03/23/2013 0112300 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Installing Fios Line
11 94064.015 03/21/2017 0134000 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Painting
12 104248.01 02/16/2018 0134000   Employee Is Injured While Trimming Trees
13 100403.01 10/30/2017 0155010   Employee Sustains Multiple Injuries When Struck By Tree
14 94827.015 04/18/2017 0155010 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Crane Contacts Overhead Power
15 83705.015 03/11/2016 0155010 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Truck
16 117723.01 07/04/2019 0213100 X Employee Is Killed From Electrocution When Crane Contacts Po
17 110570.01 10/30/2018 0213100 X Two Employees Killed; Two Employees Are Hospitalized From An
18 99082.015 09/18/2017 0213100   Painter Is Shocked When Lift Touches Power Line
19 108863.01 09/03/2018 0213100 X Employee Comes Into Contact With Power Line While Trimming T
20 119184.01 08/19/2019 0213100 X Employees Are Electrocuted While Tightening Guy Wires To Tra

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