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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 201407194 03/15/2004 0552651 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall
162 200801124 03/22/2004 0523300   1731 Employee Injured When Crushed In Scissor Lift
163 200611796 03/30/2004 0111700   1799 Employee Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide At Work
164 200150845 03/30/2004 0214700 X 1731 Employee Died After Falling From Elevated Bucket Truck
165 200650919 04/04/2004 0521100 X 4581 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Scissor Lift
166 200602605 04/07/2004 0625400 X 1791 Employee Killed When Aerial Lift Rolled Over
167 201352465 04/16/2004 0419700 X 1711,1791,1541 Employee Is Killed In Fall
168 200783116 04/26/2004 0626300 X 1721 Employee Killed While Servicing A Scissor Lift
169 201175916 04/27/2004 0950621   1771 Employee'S Fractures Leg Between Tractor And Trailer
170 201990991 04/30/2004 0950411   1751 Employee Injured After Fall From Temporay Work Platform
171 201330727 04/30/2004 0213600 X 7359 Employee Is Electrocuted While Operating Aerial Lift
172 201165701 05/03/2004 0950641   1751 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Arm Of Manlift
173 202086716 05/03/2004 0524700 X 782 Employee Is Electrocuted While Trimming Tree Limbs
174 200741585 05/03/2004 0213100 X 3599 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Metal Paper Spool
175 202352985 05/05/2004 0352450   1742 Employees Suffer Injuries When Aerial Lift Tips Over
176 201798568 05/06/2004 0950644 X 3229 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
177 200822542 05/14/2004 0521400 X 7353 Employee Killed When Pinned Between Lifts
178 200642890 05/20/2004 0627700 X 4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
179 201166048 05/22/2004 0950641   1721 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Scissorlift
180 200642908 05/24/2004 0627700 X 1721 Employee Electrocuted When Scissor Lift Contacts Power Line

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