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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 200602688 06/24/2004 0625400 X 1623 Employee Is Killed By Falling Object From Crane
62 201504800 06/01/2004 0950614   1771 Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall From Crane Truck
63 200674893 05/31/2004 0418800 X 1761 Employee Killed In Fall From Roof
64 200211407 12/22/2003 0626000 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted When Light Pole Contacts Power Line
65 200611648 12/17/2003 0111700   1731 Three Employees Injured When Crane Contacts Power Line
66 201953627 10/05/2003 0522000   783 Employee Injured When Truck Crane Overturned
67 200553089 10/01/2003 0625700 X 4789 Employee Crushed By Pole Truck
68 201797297 09/24/2003 0950644   1542 Employee'S Hand Is Crushed By Truck Mounted Crane Boom
69 202313672 09/24/2003 0950612   1611 Employee Injures Toes When Crane Boom Falls
70 171262330 09/07/2003 0522000   1721 Employee Injured When Truck Crane Contacts Power Line
71 201320512 08/21/2003 0317900 X 1795 Three Employees Electrocuted In Crane Boom Accident
72 200081784 07/22/2003 0112000   783 Employee Struck By The Boom Of The Loader
73 200602373 04/02/2003 0625400 X 1622 Employee Killed By Falling Gantry
74 100102656 03/19/2003 0522300 X 1611 Employee Electrocuted When Crane Line Contacts Power Line
75 201115995 02/05/2003 0950643 X 1381 Employee Killed When Struck By Unsecured Load
76 201034576 01/13/2003 0950635   1731 Three Injured When Struck By Falling Outdoor Light Fixture
77 200642627 10/21/2002 0627700 X 1761 Employee Electrocuted When Crane Boom Strikes Power Line
78 202330205 09/24/2002 0352450   1542 Employee'S Fingertips Are Amputated By Truck Crane Hook
79 201172483 09/24/2002 0950621 X 1623 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Falling Ripper Shank
80 200901130 09/18/2002 0418400 X 783 Employee Is Shocked And Later Dies

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