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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 200801496 12/12/2005 0523300   1741 Employee Injured When Struck By Load When Crane Overturns
42 201992153 12/03/2005 0950411 X 7312 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Billboard
43 202363495 11/16/2005 0352430 X 9621 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Truck Lift Basket
44 201450681 08/09/2005 0418500 X 1799 Employee Is Killed From Electrocution, Crane Contacts Line
45 201059615 04/25/2005 0950642   1542 Employee'S Leg Fractures When Another Employee Jumps On Him
46 201942042 03/19/2005 0951510   1799 No Employees Were Injured
47 201261757 02/05/2005 0524200 X 1751 Employee Is Killed From Electrocution, Crane Contacts Line
48 201042058 11/24/2004 0953220   7353,8711 Employee'S Leg Is Amputated By Falling Spool
49 200211530 11/18/2004 0626000 X 1799 Employee Is Killed By Falling Crane Load
50 200741734 11/08/2004 0213100   3499 Crane Boom Falls And Amputates Employee'S Leg
51 200513638 11/02/2004 0552700 X 1791 Employee Crushed When Crane Tipped Over
52 200354348 10/13/2004 0453710 X 1623 Employee Is Killed From Electrocution, Crane Contacts Line
53 201036233 10/05/2004 0950635 X 5159 Accident Causes Truck To Plunge In Water
54 200331478 09/22/2004 0830300 X 1781 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Crane Boom
55 000952739 07/28/2004 0355116 X 1623 Employee Is Killed From Electrocution, Crane Contacts Line
56 202355640 07/20/2004 0352450 X 1623 Two Employees Are Killed By Overturned Load
57 200602688 06/24/2004 0625400 X 1623 Employee Is Killed By Falling Object From Crane
58 201504800 06/01/2004 0950614   1771 Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall From Crane Truck
59 200674893 05/31/2004 0418800 X 1761 Employee Killed In Fall From Roof
60 200211407 12/22/2003 0626000 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted When Light Pole Contacts Power Line

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