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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202477816 08/10/2011 0950636   1731 Telephone Cable Installer Is Injured When Ladder Falls
42 201077021 08/09/2011 0950632   1623 Employee Sustains Fracture And Concussion In Roll-Over
43 202492260 06/22/2011 0950621   7622 Trainee Is Injured In Fall During Training Exercise
44 201076668 04/26/2011 0950632   1731 Employee Is Struck By Uncontrolled Load And Breaks Leg
45 200359081 03/10/2011 0453710   1731,3577,1542 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
46 201354149 02/04/2011 0419700 X 4813 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Vehicle
47 201185543 01/16/2011 0950611   4911 Employee'S Finger Is Injured When Ring Is Caught On Bolt
48 200813103 10/28/2010 0627510 X 4841 Worker Is Killed In Fall From Bucket Of Aerial Lift
49 200033728 10/14/2010 0521700 X 4813 Truck Strikes Guy And Ejects Worker From Aerial Lift
50 201494242 10/05/2010 0950625   4812 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
51 201494150 09/07/2010 0950625 X 1731 Employee Is Killed When Forklift Flips Over
52 201127727 08/18/2010 0950613   4813 Worker Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
53 201273000 07/22/2010 0418300 X 3663 Two Communications Workers Killed In Tower Collapse
54 201925161 07/03/2010 0626700 X 4813 Employee Dies At Work; Cause Of Death Is Not Determined
55 201127560 05/10/2010 0950613   1623 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
56 200604544 05/07/2010 0625400 X 1731 Employee Dies In Fall From Aerial Lift
57 170791057 03/29/2010 0257250 X 4812 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
58 202014734 03/08/2010 0216000 X 4841 Cable Television Worker Carrying Ladder Is Killed By Fall
59 201509700 03/02/2010 0950614   1731 Employee Falls From Ladder And Suffers Minor Injuries
60 202551339 02/17/2010 0950631   4813 Employee Fractures Leg Falling From Ladder

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