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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 000755033 08/14/1991 0653510 X 1611 Employee Dies When Chest Is Punctured By Metal Shard
162 000755066 07/11/1991 0653510 X 1389 Employee Crushed Beneath Trash Basket
163 000655035 02/21/1991 0134000 X 2679 Employee Dies After Flash Fire
164 170245922 02/01/1991 1055310 X 5251 Employee Dies Of Exposure After Becoming Intoxicated
165 014288948 01/25/1991 0214700   5231 Employee Burned In Flammable Liquid Container Explosion
166 170196687 09/25/1990 0950624   2033 Employee Fractures Skull In Fall From Service Runway
167 170158976 09/01/1990 0950641   7631 Employee Burned When Clothing Ignites In Explosion And Fire
168 170202170 08/14/1990 0950625   1382 Employee Feels Ill After Dust Exposure
169 000869404 07/24/1990 0522000   1799 Two Employees Suffer Smoke Inhalation When Primer Ignites
170 000794511 07/09/1990 0253660   7999 Employee Burned When Drum Containing Vapors Explodes
171 000565622 03/23/1990 0636900 X 1761 Employee Dies After Fall Through Skylight
172 170071526 03/09/1990 0352430 X 1711 Employee Dies From Burns Sustained In Traffic Accident
173 000892083 03/07/1990 0352430 X 1751 Employee Dies After Falling Through Floor Opening
174 014255681 12/03/1989 0453710 X 1521,1761 Intoxicated Employee Dies After Fall From Roof
175 000565291 09/25/1989 0627100   2879 Employee Burned In Chemical Pressure Vessel Explosion
176 014422406 07/03/1989 0729700 X 2841 Employee Fatally Burned
177 000671602 04/02/1989 0551800   3357 Employee Burned By Fire From Alcohol Used As Cleaning Agent
178 001001510 02/19/1988 0751910 X 4832 Employee Died From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
179 014301717 01/14/1988 0653510 X 1311 Employee Killed When Piece Of Exploding Container Hit Him
180 014498158 01/09/1988 0626600 X 1741 One Employee Killed, 2 Injured When Reactor Exploded

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