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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 202033940 10/20/2011 0253610 X 1611 Bridge Inspector Is Killed When Pinned By Machine
62 202477881 10/17/2011 0950636   1791 Worker Sustains Fracture And Dislocation In Fall
63 200534600 10/15/2011 0751910 X 1741 Employee Is Killed In Wall Collapse
64 200632438 10/14/2011 0316400 X 1731 Employee Is Electrocuted In Contact With Overhead Power Line
65 200922763 10/13/2011 0355116 X 783 Employee Is Killed By Electric Shock
66 202614087 10/11/2011 1054111   1542,1791 Employee'S Fractures Hip In Fall From Scissors Lift
67 202634879 09/28/2011 0950612 X 783 Tree Trimmer Dies In Fall From Lift Bucket
68 202252276 09/26/2011 0953210   1623 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Aerial Lift
69 200831600 09/19/2011 0215600 X 1731 One Worker Killed, One Injured When Bus Strikes Scissor Lift
70 200542215 09/19/2011 0317500 X 1761 One Worker Killed, Two Badly Burned In Power Line Accident
71 200054039 09/19/2011 0728900   1796 Worker Is Seriously Injured In Fall From Theater Rigging
72 201763950 09/07/2011 0626600 X 3533 Employee Is Killed When Knocked From Aerial Lift
73 03769.015 09/06/2011 0522500 X Employee Falls From Aerial Lift And Is Killed
74 200542207 08/26/2011 0317500 X 4213 Employee Dies In Fall From Scissor Lift
75 200542181 08/24/2011 0317500 X 1721 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Roof
76 202492534 08/20/2011 0950621   1799 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Aerial Lift Basket
77 200571636 08/18/2011 0316700 X 3251 Electrician Is Electrocuted While Removing Fixture
78 202648085 08/09/2011 0950633   8422 Worker Sustains Fractures When Elevated Platform Falls
79 200359719 08/05/2011 0453710 X 1731 Employee Falls With Lift And Later Dies
80 202626594 07/29/2011 0352410 X 1771 One Employee Is Killed, Another Is Injured In Wall Collapse

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