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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 95293.015 05/04/2017 0625700 X Employee Is Struck By Loose Power Cable And Is Electrocuted
202 95063.015 04/25/2017 0420600 X Employee Contacts Power Source And Is Electrocuted
203 95048.015 04/25/2017 0420600 X Employee Contacts Power Line And Is Electrocuted
204 98912.015 04/24/2017 0950631   Employee Is Shocked While Pulling Metal Gutters On Top Of Sc
205 100055.01 04/21/2017 1054112   Worker Is Shocked When Ladder Touches Power Line
206 94827.015 04/18/2017 0155010 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Crane Contacts Overhead Power
207 94943.015 04/13/2017 0950633   Employee Using Trash Box As Lift Basket Falls And Is Injured
208 95592.015 04/11/2017 0454510 X Employee Is Struck By Overhead Power Lines And Is Electrocut
209 94858.015 04/10/2017 0950641   Employee Is Shocked When Ladder Touches Power Line
210 94535.015 04/04/2017 0626000   Employee Painting A Bridge From An Aerial Lift Contacts A Po
211 94491.015 04/03/2017 0636900 X Employee Contacts Power Lines While Trimming Trees And Is Ki
212 94311.015 03/30/2017 0626700 X Employee Falls From Bucket Truck, Later Dies
213 95174.015 03/30/2017 0352450 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Bucket Truck Contacts Power Li
214 94386.015 03/29/2017 0627500 X Employee Is Electrocuted
215 94064.015 03/21/2017 0134000 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Painting
216 93585.015 02/23/2017 0626300   Three Employees Repairing Downed Power Lines Are Shocked
217 98364.015 02/22/2017 0950644   Employee Receives Burns From An Arch Flash
218 95682.015 02/22/2017 0316400   Employee Is Struck By Tree During Felling Operation
219 93338.015 02/17/2017 0626300 X Employee Touches A Power Line And Is Electrocuted
220 93116.015 02/10/2017 0524500   Employee Hits Cable, Falls From Elevated Work Platform And

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