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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 87990.015 08/24/2016 0418800 X Employee Contacts Power Pole And Is Electrocuted
242 88085.015 08/18/2016 0355111 X Roofer Killed When Ladder Contacted An Overhead Power Line
243 87751.015 08/15/2016 0729300 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Clearing Bridge Roadway
244 87899.015 08/15/2016 0418200 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Crane Boom Strikes Overhead Po
245 87791.015 08/12/2016 0729700 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Boom Lift Came Into Contact Wi
246 87350.015 08/02/2016 1050210 X Employee Contacts An Overhead Distribution Line And Is Elect
247 86932.015 07/15/2016 0454716 X Employee Is Electrocuted
248 88470.015 07/12/2016 0420600 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Ladder Contacts Overhead Power
249 86628.015 07/06/2016 1054113 X Two Workers Suffer Electric Shock; Only One Survives
250 86614.015 06/28/2016 0420600 X Employee Contacts High Voltage Power Line, Is Electrocuted,
251 86301.015 06/21/2016 0418800 X Employee Falls From Ladder After Electric Shock And Dies Of
252 86022.015 06/13/2016 0627700 X Employee Is Electrocuted By Contact With An Exposed Power Li
253 85964.015 06/09/2016 0111500 X Employee Is Electrocuted During Installation Of Utility Pole
254 87979.015 05/31/2016 0626300 X One Employee Killed And One Employee Shocked While Moving Sc
255 85523.015 05/24/2016 0521100 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Tree Trimming
256 85294.015 05/10/2016 0625700 X Employee Makes Contact With Power Line And Is Killed
257 86505.015 05/06/2016 0112000 X Employee Is Electrocuted When A Tree Limb Contacts A High Vo
258 85097.015 05/05/2016 0626300 X Employee Is Killed By Overhead Power Line
259 83705.015 03/11/2016 0155010 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Truck
260 83665.015 03/10/2016 0420600 X Employee Falls From An Aerial Lift After Electrical Shock An

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