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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
261 202330684 08/18/2004 0352450 X 1721 Employee Is Killed From Burns Sustained In Fire
262 201799046 08/11/2004 0950644   8999 Employee Is Burned On Neck And Arm While Welding
263 201634599 08/01/2004 1054191   2952 Employee Is Burned In Vapor Explosion
264 201118247 07/06/2004 0950643   7699 Employee Is Burned While Repairing Motorcycle
265 200231504 07/02/2004 1032500 X 4214 Employee Dies When Fuel Oil Ignites
266 201486701 06/03/2004 0950627   2911 Employee Suffers Burns While Analyzing Petroleum Samples
267 307346445 06/02/2004 0418200 X 2273 Employee Dies In Explosion
268 201175759 06/01/2004 0950621   7538 Employee Is Burned When Carburetor Cleaner Catchest Fire
269 201159662 04/27/2004 0950633   2048 Employee Is Severely Burned In Confined Space
270 201504586 04/26/2004 0950614   7539 Employee Is Injured In Chemical Explosion
271 201166006 04/16/2004 0950641   4785 Two Employees Are Burned In Flash Fire From Propane Gas
272 200262343 03/29/2004 0627100 X 3499 Employee Dies After Receiving Burns From A Torch
273 201058344 03/16/2004 0950642 X 1521 Employee Killed When Flammable Vapors Explode
274 201166378 02/18/2004 0950641   3398 Employee Suffers Second And Third Degree Burns In Explosion
275 202422069 01/30/2004 0950652   1422 Employee Is Burned During Explosion
276 200380525 01/27/2004 0336000 X 1389 Employee Is Killed In An Explosion Of Tank
277 201612579 01/12/2004 1054113   3312 Four Employees Injured During Steel Billet Process
278 200072106 12/03/2003 0453720   1522 Two Employees Sustain Burns When Lp Gas Tank Explodes
279 200570711 11/20/2003 0316700 X 4953 Employee Is Killed In Fire And Explosion
280 200811768 11/17/2003 0627400 X 5172 Employee Killed In Explosion While Transferring Fuel

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