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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 104111.01 03/23/2018 0134000 X Employee Is Caught In Explosion Of Pressure Vessel During Te
2 101083.01 11/02/2017 0830500   Employee Clearing Clogged Boiler Line Is Burned By Scalding
3 100379.01 10/25/2017 0523400   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns While Cleaning Out A Pressu
4 100263.01 10/24/2017 0420600   Two Employees Injured When Manhole Cover Blows Open
5 99828.015 09/29/2017 0522300   Employee Is Splashed By Molten Plastic And Suffers Second De
6 99444.015 09/11/2017 1054113   Employee Amputates Finger While Refilling Glue Machine
7 98387.015 08/18/2017 0626000 X Employee Is Struck By Pressurized Plug In The Head And Is Ki
8 100477.01 07/05/2017 0950612   Employee Sustains Burns When Working On Distillery Batch
9 96484.015 06/20/2017 0316400 X Employee Is Killed When A Tank Line Ruptures
10 97361.015 06/12/2017 0152300   Employee Is Injured In A Propane Tank Explosion
11 96265.015 06/05/2017 0524700   Employee Is Injured When Struck By Pressure Vessel
12 96283.015 05/28/2017 0830600   Two Employees Are Injured When Pressure Cooker Explodes
13 95976.015 05/24/2017 0729300   Employee Is Struck By Debris From Air Compressor Explosion A
14 94410.015 04/03/2017 0729300 X Two Employees Are Crushed And Killed When Boiler Explodes.
15 94400.015 04/03/2017 0729300 X Five Employees Are Killed, One Injured When Semi-Closed Rece
16 93968.015 03/13/2017 0627510   Employees Is Burned When Sprayed With Liquid Ammonia
17 95885.015 03/07/2017 0950614   Employee Is Injured When Pressure Washer Pierces Foot
18 93697.015 03/06/2017 0950633 X Employee Is Struck By Pressurized Steel Cover And Is Killed
19 97225.015 02/27/2017 0950621   Employee Is Injured When Natural Gas Pipeline Vent Stack Is
20 93073.015 02/07/2017 0729700   Employee Is Sprayed With Ammonia (Nh3) And Is Hospitalized

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