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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202543906 01/19/2012 0950641   783 Employeeinjured In Fall From Arerial Device Basket
42 200556801 01/04/2012 0625700 X 1531 Employee Is Injured By Electrical Shock, Later Dies
43 201363777 01/04/2012 0419400 X 1623 Employee Is Killed By Electrocution
44 202492526 12/30/2011 0950621   4911 Employee Suffers Fractures When Thrown From Aerial Device
45 201077625 12/19/2011 0950632   783 Employee Cuts Thumb While Working With Chainsaw
46 202457552 12/08/2011 0950642   1799 Employee'S Arm Is Injured By Blaster
47 202477568 12/08/2011 0950636 X 3316 Employee Is Killed When Crane Strikes Lift; Another Injured
48 201077492 12/06/2011 0950632 X 7353 Employee Is Killed When Boom Lift Tips Over
49 202648408 12/03/2011 0950633   8661 Employee Falls From Scissors Lift, Suffers Lacerations
50 200084036 12/03/2011 0112000 X 783 Employee Is Struck By Falling Tree Limb, Later Dies
51 200203750 12/01/2011 0418200 X 1799 Two Employees Are Killed When Aerial Lift Collapses
52 200084044 11/28/2011 0112000   1761 Elevated Scissor Lift Collapses And Injures Two Workers
53 200556769 11/22/2011 0625700 X 7812 Employee Is Killed When Scissor Lift Falls From Ramp
54 200359727 11/20/2011 0453710 X 4911 Employee Is Killed When Ejected From Aerial Lift
55 202509097 11/18/2011 0950622   1795 Employee Is Shocked And Burned In Arc Flash
56 200360055 11/09/2011 0453710 X 9199 Employee Dies In Fall From Aerial Lift
57 202521712 11/07/2011 0950624 X 4214 Driver Is Killed When Run Over By Garbage Truck
58 202477923 11/03/2011 0950636   7699 Two Workers Hurt When Scissor Lift Falls Over
59 03956.015 11/01/2011 0830300 X Employee Caught Between Aerial Lift And Pipe Is Asphyxiated
60 201185998 10/26/2011 0950611   1731 Worker Is Injured When Scissor Lift Falls Over

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