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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 116352.01 05/15/2019 0213900   Employee Sustains Head Injury When Drum Explodes
2 115460.01 04/01/2019 0419400   Employee Using Torch To Cut Metal Sustains Burn To Thumb
3 113481.01 02/08/2019 0418600 X Employee Is Killed In Explosion
4 111256.01 11/24/2018 0253690 X Employee Is Killed When An Acetylene Tank Explodes
5 109719.01 10/01/2018 0419700 X Employee Suffers Burns In Explosion, Later Dies From Heart A
6 107004.01 06/15/2018 0352460   Employee Breaks Knee In Fall From Scissor Lift
7 108847.01 05/25/2018 0316400 X Employee Is Fatally Burned When Tank Explodes
8 106035.01 05/25/2018 0316400 X One Employee Killed; Two Employees Are Burned When A Tank Ex
9 105443.01 05/09/2018 0316700 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Injured When Van Explodes
10 104924.01 04/20/2018 0626600   Employee Is Struck By A Heated Metal Pipe And Fractures Arm
11 106549.01 03/30/2018 0521100   Employee Is Caught By Drum Explosion While Cutting With Acet
12 106005.01 02/15/2018 0950631   Employee Is Burned In Welding Cylinders Explosion
13 102862.01 01/30/2018 0626300   Employee Is Using An Acetylene Torch Burns When It Burst Int
14 104760.01 12/07/2017 0950633   Employee Is Struck By A Metal Piece On Lower Leg Resulting I
15 100614.01 11/09/2017 0524700 X Employee Is Killed In Gasoline Fire And Explosion
16 99578.015 10/02/2017 0524530   Employee Sustains Burns In Acetylene Cylinder Fire
17 98420.015 08/11/2017 0419400   Employee Is Cutting Radiator Off From Truck Using An Acetyle
18 98020.015 07/27/2017 0729300   Employee Is Burned When Using Powered Drill On Acetylene Cyl
19 96516.015 03/29/2017 0950611   Employee Burns Leg While Cutting Bolts And Later Is Hospital
20 87736.015 02/12/2016 0215800 X Employee Is Killed By Inhalation Of Fumes From Acetylene Tor

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