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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201487485 03/16/2005 0950622   4931 Employee'S Leg Severly Injured When Attacked By Dogs
62 201125283 10/27/2004 0950613   3612 Employee Burns Hands Due To Electrocution
63 200623221 09/15/2004 0454711 X 1542 Two Employees Die From Asphyxia In Manhole
64 202344552 09/11/2004 0420600 X 1731 Employee Dies After Voltage Meter Causes Arc Flash
65 201858024 07/21/2004 0452110 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted While Preparing To Connect Wiring
66 201621695 06/23/2004 1054116   4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
67 201036035 05/08/2004 0950635   5149 Employee Amputates Finger While Operating Electric Dispenser
68 202352605 01/21/2004 0352430   4911 Two Untrained Workers Burned In Arc Flash
69 201157922 12/29/2003 0950633   1711 Plumber Struck In Face By Bursting Plug
70 200921278 11/12/2003 0355112 X 7353 Employee Killed When Crushed By A Bulldozer
71 202339685 08/28/2003 0352440   1731 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder After Electric Shock
72 202353405 08/20/2003 0352450   3569 Employee Injured While Testing Humvee
73 200811487 01/08/2003 0627400 X 1389 Employee Died Due To Explosion During Pressure Test
74 201164266 10/17/2002 0950641   1731 Employee Injured In Fall After Electric Shock
75 201796141 08/29/2002 0950644   1731 Employee Burned When Meter Tester Explodes
76 201034360 08/17/2002 0950635 X 4911 Burn - Failure Of Underrated Electrical Tester
77 201142569 08/06/2002 0950631 X 1731 One Killed, Four Injured In Electrical Explosion
78 201163771 07/09/2002 0950641 X 1794 Employee Electrocuted By Contact With Energized Transformer
79 201856689 07/02/2002 0452110 X 1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
80 201771672 05/15/2002 0213900   4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Circuit Breaker

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