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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202532016 07/17/2013 0950664   2911 Employee Suffer Burns When Splashed With Hot Condensate
2 202530465 12/04/2010 0950664   2911 Employee Burned By Steam From Coke Drum
3 201489150 10/27/2006 0950627   2911 Hot Materials From Coke Drum Strikes And Burns Worker
4 201489937 05/16/2006 0950663   2911 Employee Is Burned When Water And Coke Erupts From Drum
5 201034899 02/17/2003 0950635   2911 Employee Injured While Cutting In Coke Drum
6 201034295 05/31/2002 0950635   2911 Employee Burned By Discharge Of Hot Water In Coker Drum
7 200551653 11/27/2000 0625700 X 1799 Employee Killed When Caught On Rotating Barrel Cooler
8 201031960 10/08/1998 0950635   2911 Employee Injured In Fall While Escaping Oil Refinery Fire
9 201030525 01/07/1997 0950635   2911 Employee Burned By Material From Coke Trap
10 170588370 01/29/1996 0950635   1629 Employee'S Fingers Amputated By Falling Hydraulic Jack
11 014402796 12/22/1995 0626000 X 2911 Employee Killed In Coker Fire
12 170609820 07/18/1994 0950641   2911 Employee'S Leg Burned By Hot Water
13 170080865 08/02/1993 0625700 X 2911 Three Employees Burned To Death In Hydrocarbon Fire
14 170158562 01/23/1992 0950641   1771 Employees Scalded By Escaping Steam Mist In Coker Drum
15 014237069 07/03/1985 0626600 X 2911 Burned To Death By Hot Water From Coke Drum

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