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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 200650752 09/10/2002 0521100   2621 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Flying Propane Tank
302 200650760 09/10/2002 0521100   2911 Employee Is Burned When Propane Tank Ignites
303 200811479 09/05/2002 0625100 X 4922 Employee Burned In Gas Pipeline Fire, Later Dies
304 202347498 09/01/2002 0352410 X 4925 Employee Is Killed When Propane Gas Explodes
305 202075073 08/23/2002 0453730 X 1799 Employee Is Killed When Chemical Vapors Ignite And Explode
306 201502986 08/13/2002 0950614   1521 Employees Burns Arm When Spray Glue Ignites
307 201095981 08/05/2002 0950645   3559 Employee Burns Arm During Glass Cutting Process
308 170667802 08/04/2002 0111500   5261 Employee Is Burned With Gasoline
309 170763197 07/18/2002 0950625   4581 Employee Burned From Ignited Gasoline
310 200031532 07/10/2002 0521700 X 5169 Chemical Explosion Kills One Employee And Injures Another
311 201953197 06/10/2002 0522000   1721 Employee Is Burned When Waterproofing Material Exploded
312 202086062 05/24/2002 0524700 X 1771 Employee Dies From Burns In A Propane Fire
313 201351764 05/07/2002 0419700 X 2874 One Employee Is Killed, One Burned, In Explosion
314 201795325 03/14/2002 0950644   3728 Employee Singed By Flash Fire
315 201113883 03/05/2002 0950643   3672 Employee Sustains Burn From Ultrasonic Cleaner
316 200621852 12/18/2001 0454721 X 4953 Employee Killed In Chemical Fire
317 200261568 10/16/2001 0627100 X 1761 Employee Killed When Hot Kerosene Explodes And Ignites
318 201620812 09/06/2001 1054116   5211,1321 Employee Is Burnd When Propane Explodes During Refueling
319 201570918 09/05/2001 0830500 X 4512 Employee Dies From Burns When Jet Fuel Ignites
320 200810968 08/10/2001 0627400 X 1389 Employee Dies From Second- And Third-Degree Burns

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