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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 014304968 01/25/1988 1050210   9224 Three Employees Hospitalized When Exposed To Chlorine Gas
22 014304943 01/25/1988 1050210   2092,9224 Four Employees Hospitalized When Exposed To Chlorine Gas
23 125251.01 04/02/2020 1032500 X Employee Is Pinned By Pressurized Cylinder, Later Dies
24 119078.01 08/16/2019 1032500   Employee Is Burned While Blowing Down Acetylene Cylinder
25 201581048 01/07/2010 1032300 X 2421 Unsecured Forks Of Forlift Fall, Crushing And Killing Worker
26 201044849 08/01/2012 0953220 X 7353 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Hydraulic Fluid
27 201043056 04/02/2007 0953220   9999 Employee Amputates Hand In Explosion
28 102759.01 01/29/2018 0953220   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Pneumatic Cylinder
29 014548739 11/19/1984 0951510   133 Oxygen Cylinder Regulator Exploded
30 000744078 06/07/1993 0951510 X 5211 Employee Killed When Lp Gas Cylinder Ruptures
31 138492.01 07/19/2021 0951510 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Knuckle Boom
32 000886374 11/04/1993 0951510   2813 Cylinder Containing Nitrogen Bursts
33 202507166 07/31/2009 0950663 X 2879 Employee Dies After Chemical Inhalation
34 201690708 12/26/2001 0950662   2086 Employee Injures Arm In Machinery
35 201694320 03/19/2010 0950662   3317 Employee Amputates Fingers In Metal Fabricating Machine
36 170604722 07/18/1994 0950652   1629 Three Employees Injured In Acetylene Cylinder Explosion
37 202458717 09/19/2013 0950647   7363 Employee Is Struck And Injured By Fire Extinguisher
38 170719793 08/15/1994 0950645   1731 Employee'S Eye Injured When Struck By Flying Hose
39 201093663 01/21/2000 0950645   3534 Employee Injured When Foot Crushed By Bundle Of Steel Chains
40 170739452 05/10/1995 0950645   5084 Employee'S Knee Fractured By Falling 700 Lb Cylinder

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