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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
401 000709337 04/09/1986 0854910 X 9621 Employee Welding In Manhole Has Elevated Carboxyhemoglobin
402 014525521 03/18/1986 0418800 X 5074 Employee Using Acetylene Torch To Cut Drum; Drum Exploded
403 000709345 03/14/1986 0854910   3471 Explosion Of Flammable Vapors In Confined Space
404 014201206 01/17/1986 0352440   5932 Employee Pinned By Falling Vehicle, Hospitalized
405 014467484 12/05/1985 0626000 X 1381 Steel Plate Fell On Employee, Crushing Him
406 014235584 10/23/1985 0552700   5511 Drum Exploded While Being Cut With Oxy-Acetylene Torch
407 014563332 09/18/1985 0453710 X 1711 Fell From Top Of Tank Onto Steel Grating
408 014488431 08/30/1985 0215000 X 1791 Employee Died In Fall From Crane
409 000708552 08/30/1985 0854910   5093 Fracture And Burns Resulting From Cutting Accident
410 014237051 06/26/1985 0626600   2911,1795 Flammable Vapors Ignited By Torches; Employees Burned
411 014374946 06/20/1985 0522500 X 1389 55 Gallon Drum Exploded During Cutting, Employee Burned
412 014399984 06/06/1985 0626300 X 1542 55 Gallon Drum Exploded While Being Cut With Torch
413 014307391 06/03/1985 0214200 X 1611 Burned By Exploding 55 Gallon Drum
414 000659011 05/20/1985 0111400 X 1799 Fall From 10-Foot Step Ladder
415 000570747 05/20/1985 0523420 X 3661 Burned By Spreading Flames From Exploding Drum
416 014206254 05/14/1985 1054116 X 1795 Struck By Falling Metal Pipe
417 014495568 04/04/1985 0627700 X 1623 Employee Killed In 25 Ft Fall Through Roof Opening
418 000689059 04/02/1985 0552700 X 2431 Employee Killed When Welding Torch Ignites Fumes In Drum
419 014517577 03/05/1985 0419700 X 1629 Employee Fell From Elevated Platform
420 014195606 02/15/1985 0352440   1711 Employye'S Back Fractured When Struck By Pipe And Fall

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