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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 115329.01 04/06/2019 0626000   Employee Fractures Jaw When Struck In Face By Pressurized Ch
2 111453.01 11/29/2018 0626000 X Employee Is Struck By Nipple On Gas Line And Is Killed
3 113773.01 10/04/2018 0855610   Employee Is Struck By Flying Debris When Pressurized Pipe Ex
4 106392.01 06/07/2018 0830500   Employee Sustains Fracture When Pressurized Hose Explodes
5 106203.01 05/26/2018 0627510   Five Employees Are Caught In Explosion By Pumping Line
6 105104.01 04/25/2018 0625400   Employee Is Struck By Over-Pressured Pipe And Leg Is Amputat
7 104272.01 03/09/2018 0627700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Pipe
8 104990.01 03/06/2018 1054115 X Employee Is Struck In Chest By Pressure Release And Is Kille
9 103507.01 02/14/2018 0420600   Employee'S Foot Is Lacerated While Using Power Washer
10 104286.01 12/04/2017 0950625   An Employee Is Struck In The Eye By A Flying Object
11 101022.01 11/27/2017 0729700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Pressurized Flange Cap
12 101180.01 11/20/2017 0950612   Employee Falls From Ladder And Breaks Ribs
13 100982.01 11/17/2017 0627510 X Employee Is Struck And Killed When Gas Valve Ruptures
14 100620.01 11/10/2017 0418800 X Employee Received Fatal Injuries When An Inflatable Pipe Plu
15 101014.01 11/07/2017 0551702   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Pressurized Line
16 100106.01 10/09/2017 0522300   Employee Is Splashed With Chemical Mixture And Suffers Burns
17 98272.015 08/15/2017 0950612   Employee Jumps And Fractures Leg While Attempting To Escape
18 98066.015 08/04/2017 0524700   Employee Suffers Chemical And Thermal Burn From Accidental D
19 97973.015 07/31/2017 0522500   Employee Suffers Fractures To Leg When Struck By Pressurized
20 96407.015 06/12/2017 0830300   Employee Is Struck By A Cap When Vapors Ignite While Cutting

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