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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014309025 03/06/1993 0213400 X 4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
2 201330776 11/06/2004 0213600 X 1731 Employee Killed When Power Backfed Through Generator
3 000982249 09/19/1989 0257260 X 4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
4 014327951 02/03/1989 0316100 X 8221,7389 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
5 38696.015 01/22/2013 0317500 X Employee Contacts Energized Switchgear And Is Killed
6 014194328 07/10/1985 0352440   1623 Electric Shock - Contact With Underground Line
7 99888.015 10/13/2017 0352450   Employee Suffers Second Degree Burns When Exposed To An Arc
8 014291710 03/03/1989 0355118   1522 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
9 014332498 10/22/1985 0418100   3496 Electric Shock And Burns - Voltage Backfeed In Substation
10 200451870 07/12/2005 0418600 X 1623 Employee Electrocuted While Splicing Together Power Line
11 014527204 11/21/1985 0419400 X 4911 Electric Shock - Voltage Backfeed In Transformer
12 014255624 06/06/1985 0453710 X 1731 Electric Shock - Voltage Backfeed In Overhead Line
13 170758908 12/03/1997 0454712 X 3545 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor
14 200821106 03/10/2001 0521400   1629 Electric Shock & Burn - Contact With Energized Conductor
15 014476618 05/24/1985 0522000 X 1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
16 170662050 08/04/1994 0522500 X 4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
17 014513881 07/11/1984 0524700   1731 Electric Shock And Burns - Direct Contact With Live Parts
18 000731158 05/07/1985 0551800 X 9190 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
19 000671917 05/07/1986 0551800 X 4911 Electric Shock - Voltage On Deenergized Line
20 101947.01 11/30/2017 0552700 X Employee Dies From Electrical Shock

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