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#101825 - 08/08/03 06:18 PM Selected Electrical Incidents and Occurrences - 2nd Q - 2003
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Selected Electrical Incidents and Occurrences (Canada)
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Second Quarter - April to June, 2003:

>> Accident_summary_Q2_2003.doc (44k Word Document)

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#101826 - 08/09/03 10:15 AM Re: Selected Electrical Incidents and Occurrences - 2nd Q - 2003
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Does anyone here have any information on this Report?

I'm wondering if the method of collecting information or the area covered has changed? It seems like total # of Fatalities and Powerline Contacts etc. for 6 months has already exceeded any full year totals shown.

Bill

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#101827 - 08/28/03 07:43 PM Re: Selected Electrical Incidents and Occurrences - 2nd Q - 2003
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Report Revised August 12, 2003

– clarifying information received from Electrical Safety Authority on first and third fatalities.

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