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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201798840 05/25/2004 0950644   1541 Employee Injured In Fall From Man Lift Basket
182 202422077 06/01/2004 0950652   1442 Employees Are Injured When Bucket Falls Off Excavator
183 200783140 06/01/2004 0626300 X 1711 Employee Killed In Fall From Scissor Lift.
184 200081933 06/01/2004 0112000   1721 Employee Injured From Fall
185 200623007 06/07/2004 0454712 X 783 Employee Is Killed After Fall From A Lift Into A Tree
186 201522075 06/11/2004 0111500   7349 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Bucket Truck
187 201118163 06/14/2004 0950643   1761 Employee Falls From Scissor Lift And Is Injured
188 202064242 06/15/2004 0420100 X 1629 Employee Is Killed In Fall
189 201521994 06/16/2004 0111500 X 1611 Train Strikes And Kills Employee
190 200773604 06/25/2004 0134000   1742 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Aerial Lift
191 200811834 06/27/2004 0627400 X 1711 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Aerial Lift
192 200611721 06/28/2004 0111700   1623 Employee Injured In Contact With Overhead Power Line
193 200712198 06/30/2004 0636900 X 1731 Employee Killed In Fall From Elevated Work Platform
194 014238307 07/07/2004 0953210 X 9512 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
195 201125010 07/14/2004 0950613   4731 Employee Fell Off Ladder On Scissor Lift And Broke Both Legs
196 201041894 07/15/2004 0953220 X 7922 Employee Is Killed In Fall When Scissor Lift Overturns
197 202343448 07/26/2004 0352440   5044 Operator Of Lift Truck Is Hospitalized After Back Injury
198 200202323 07/26/2004 0418200 X 1791 Employee Killed In Arena Collapse
199 200553436 07/27/2004 0625700 X 1791 One Killed, One Injured When Insulation Strikes Power Line
200 200220184 07/29/2004 0316300 X 3731 Employee Is Crushed Between Two Aerial Lifts And Is Killed

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