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Weekly Summary (Federal and State data tabulated week ending August 6, 2011)
Date of Incident Company and Location Preliminary Description of Incident
Truck driver ejected and crushed by truck that flipped over after losing control while making a turn on restricted airport roadway.
Worker restoring power to a business was electrocuted while working on a public utility pole.
7/6/2011 Marys Tree Service & Landscaping, Lahaina, HI 96761 Tree trimmer fell nearly 50 feet when his safety belt broke while trimming coconut fronds.
Worker performing landscaping around a swimming pool drowned after falling in.
Worker died from head trauma after falling off a trash truck and hitting the ground.
Worker died after falling from a ladder while removing wood from the second floor window.
Employee was working outside during road construction and became ill due to the heat. Employee was taken to the hospital and was in a medically induced coma for 5 days, then died on 7/28/11.
Worker died from possible electric shock.
Worker died when he fell 25 feet from a ladder after receiving an electric shock while cutting branches that contacted an electrical line.
Worker replacing the seal on a piece of equipment was killed when part of the equipment struck him in the head.
Scott Gochnauer Inc. dba Gochnauer Mechanical, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 Worker died when he fell 11 feet through a ceiling opening while repairing an air conditioning unit.
Worker was found dead. Cause of death unknown.
Worker was killed after falling more than 50 feet through a roof while carrying roofing materials.
Worker died after falling from a ladder while removing paint.
Worker was killed after he was run over by a bulldozer at a gas well site.
Worker was killed after being caught between a rope and a five-inch rubber hose.
Worker testing a battery used for power drilling tools in oil fields died after the battery exploded.

Source: www.osha.gov