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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201072139 01/28/2008 0950632   1731 Employee Fractures Leg, Vertebrae In Fall From Utility Pole
82 202516753 01/17/2008 0950624   4813 Employee Is Injured In Fall Off Ladder
83 200380822 01/07/2008 0336000 X 1623 Employee Killed When Backed Over By Aerial Lift Truck
84 202506317 12/22/2007 0950622   4841 Employee Fractures Sternum And Hip In Fall From Pole
85 201508249 12/20/2007 0950614   1731 Employee Injured In Fall From Roof After Slipping On Ice
86 201071917 12/17/2007 0950632   1731 Employee Injured In Fall Through Skylight
87 201311784 12/05/2007 0213400 X 1731 Employee Killed In Fall From Tower
88 200531945 11/30/2007 0751910 X 1731 Employee Killed By Guy In Aerial Lift Bucket
89 202446860 11/12/2007 0950633 X 1623 Employee In Lift Basket Killed When Truck Overturns
90 200612737 11/01/2007 0111700 X 1629 Employee Electrocuted When Live Wire Falls On Bucket Lift
91 202447850 10/17/2007 0950633   4813 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
92 202079117 10/02/2007 0453730   1731 Employee Injured In Fall From Basket After Highway Crash
93 202486247 09/27/2007 0950621   1731 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
94 200631745 09/24/2007 0316400 X 4899 Employee Is Electrocuted By Overhead Power Line
95 202474219 09/01/2007 0950636   1799 Employee'S Hand Cut By Wire, Later Becomes Infected
96 201490117 08/31/2007 0950625   9999 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
97 200758522 08/31/2007 0522500 X 4841 Employee Is Struck By Tree Limb And Is Killed
98 200554921 08/01/2007 0625700 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted When Aerial Lift Contacts Power Line
99 200554988 07/27/2007 0625700 X 1799 Employee Killed In 380 Ft Fall From Tower
100 201344496 07/10/2007 0729700 X 1731 Two Employees Killed In Fall When Gondola Cable Breaks

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