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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 111280.01 11/20/2018 0627700   Employee Fractures Hip While Operating Backhoe Near Pumping
2 111122.01 11/10/2018 0830500   Employee Sustains Injuries After Falling Off Frack Tank
3 110463.01 10/27/2018 0317700 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Rotary Jack And Is Killed
4 110771.01 10/25/2018 0830300   Employee Fractures Leg In Fall When Work Platform Separates
5 110482.01 10/12/2018 0625400   Employee Sustains Burns When Splashed In Face With Hydrochlo
6 110425.01 09/04/2018 0627510   Employee Sustains Fractured Tibia When Struck By Tongs
7 104383.01 04/02/2018 0627700   Employee Is Burned In Natural Gas Explosion At Well Site
8 101980.01 01/02/2018 0626000   Employee Is Burned In Compressor Flash Fire
9 101715.01 12/21/2017 0627700 X Employee Falls From Mobile Rig On Derrick And Is Killed
10 97669.015 07/25/2017 0729700   Oil /Gas Well Worker Sustains Amputation
11 97582.015 07/21/2017 0419400   Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Cable
12 92163.015 01/09/2017 0627500   Employee Is Overcome By Well Oil And Gas Extraction Gases
13 86759.015 07/10/2016 0625700 X Employee Seeking Relief From Weather Dies Of Possible Cardia
14 87903.015 07/09/2016 0830300 X Truck Driver For Energy Exploration Firm Is Killed When Truc
15 79892.015 09/24/2015 0627700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Falling A-Leg
16 74201.015 02/20/2015 0627700 X Employee Drowns While Working On A Saltwater Receiving Tank
17 64232.015 07/03/2014 0625400 X Employee Falls From Derrick And Is Killed
18 200981280 12/19/2012 0855610 X 1389 Employee Is Run Over By Trailer Truck And Is Killed
19 25535.015 08/17/2012 0316400   Three Employees Injured In A Gas Well Fire.
20 22636.015 07/05/2012 0626600 X One Employee Killed, Two Injured During Hydraulic Fracturing

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