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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 170667398 09/10/2001 0111500   5169 Employee Sustains Amputations After Cylinder Rupture
202 202317285 08/28/2001 0420600 X 7999 Owner Of A Baseball Batting Range Is Killed By A Batted Ball
203 201123247 08/18/2001 0950613 X 5947 Employee Killed When Aorta In Abdomen Ruptures
204 200621571 07/23/2001 0454716 X 2911 Employee Fatally Burned At A Refinery
205 200081099 07/11/2001 0112000   2819 Employee Injured In Chemical Spill
206 127178101 06/21/2001 0552652 X 3089 Employee Is Killed When Pressurized Tank Ruptures
207 201101961 05/03/2001 0950624   2013 Employee Injured When Fork Lift Collided Into Storage Rack
208 201405131 05/01/2001 0552651   1794 Employee Burned By Hydraulic Fluid
209 304408073 04/17/2001 0854910   3911 Six Employees Injured By Steam From Ruptured Tank
210 201856168 04/06/2001 0452110 X 4911 Employee Killed When Boiler Discharge Line Ruptured
211 201620663 03/06/2001 1054116   7534 Employee Injured When Tire Explodes
212 201154689 02/28/2001 0950633   7011 Employee Suffers Ruptured Disc In Back
213 201320264 01/16/2001 0317900   5169 Fourteen Employees Injured When Poison Gas Cylinder Ruptured
214 200101079 12/27/2000 0522300 X 3567 Employee Dies When Aorta Ruptures
215 201761277 12/12/2000 0626600 X 5621 Employee Dies After Fall From Ladder Ruptures Intestines
216 200650414 12/02/2000 0521100 X 2869 Employee Dies Of Acute Exposure To Phenol
217 201171030 11/04/2000 0950621   721 Employee Fractures Leg- Can Ruptures After Being Cut In Half
218 119948008 10/25/2000 0950633   5561 Employee Injured While Servicing Recreational Vehicle
219 171059991 10/19/2000 0854910   3312 Employee Burned When Hydraulic Fluid Ignites
220 200673010 10/07/2000 0418800 X 1771 Employee Drowns In Storm Sewer Pipe

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