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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 014336986 05/09/1991 0418100   1623 Employee Suffers Minor Injuries During Trench Cave-In
142 170174833 06/03/1991 0950614   8062 Employee Exposed To Ethylene Oxide
143 000781476 06/04/1991 0452110   7216 Two Employees Affected By Perchloroethylene Release
144 170199285 06/06/1991 0950626   2037 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns From Anhydrous Ammonia
145 014396162 06/25/1991 0625700   1711,1742,2869 Nine Employees Exposed To Phosgene
146 014425110 06/26/1991 0729300 X 1622 Employee Killed By Hot Oil From Failed Hydraulic Line
147 170048946 06/26/1991 0950644   2754 Three Employees Injured After Inhaling Combustion Products
148 170063242 06/27/1991 0453710   2833,1771 Reactor Vessel Cracks And Releases Nitrobenzene
149 170200794 07/11/1991 0950622   8734 Falling Employee Shoots Jet Of Water Into Foot, Hospitalized
150 170185755 07/18/1991 0950643   8062 Employee Exposed To E And O From Open Tank Door
151 000741322 08/08/1991 0950643   8062 Two Employees Injured When Sprayed By Hot Water And Chemical
152 000736876 08/15/1991 0452110 X 2869 Employee Dies After Exposure To Hydrofluoric Acid
153 170192124 08/23/1991 0950633   2434 Employee Burned When Propane Ignites
154 000792606 08/27/1991 1054195   8062 Employee Exposed To Ethylene Oxide During Release
155 014291025 08/28/1991 0214700   3451 Employees Treated For Inhalation Of Vapors
156 170165286 08/29/1991 0950634   2819 Employee Sustains Ammonia Burn On Leg
157 170181036 09/09/1991 0950643   4212 Employee Is Burned By Hot Oil While Unloading Tanker Truck
158 170206676 09/11/1991 0950615   9511 Employee Exposed To Chlorine Gas
159 000880013 09/30/1991 0830300 X 1541 Employee Dies After Being Struck In Head By Nail
160 170340269 10/02/1991 0317900   2819 Employee Burned By Leaking Sulfuric Acid

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