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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014196885 04/21/1985 0352450   5984 Skin Burns From Exposure To Gaseous Anhydrous Ammonia
2 014538441 06/02/1985 0452110   7011 Employee Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia From Broken Hose
3 014295398 08/22/1985 0352440   9311,5169 Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia Vapors
4 014200372 09/20/1985 0352450   2015 Employees Inhaled Ammonia Vapors
5 000737064 11/07/1985 0452110   2013 Employees Exposed To Ammonia Vapor From Ruptured Valve
6 000997130 05/09/1986 0551800 X 2086 Ammonia Cylinder Ruptured; 4 Employees Exposed To Ammonia
7 014449359 06/25/1986 0552700   711 Farmer'S Eye Injured By Anhydrous Ammonia Spray
8 014235840 10/24/1986 0552700 X 5172 Employee Killed When Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia
9 001002153 02/13/1989 0751910   9224,711 Employees Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia From Spill
10 014435176 09/13/1989 0418600   2026 Employees Overexposed To Anhydrous Ammonia
11 000879049 09/20/1989 0352450   2099 Skin Contact And Inhalation Of Anhyrous Ammonia
12 014439491 03/28/1990 1032500   2034,1711 Employee Burned By Release Of Pressurized Ammonia
13 170064521 04/16/1990 0950411 X 131 Employee Dies Of Chemical Burns From Anhydrous Ammonia
14 000828160 06/26/1990 0751910   9224 Fire Fighters Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia
15 000608109 06/27/1990 0418100   2015 Employees Hospitalized After Being Exposed To Ammonia
16 014554893 08/31/1990 0728900   1721 Three Employees Suffer Exposure To Anhydrous Ammonia
17 000971986 10/23/1990 0854910   2026 Employee Injured By Ammonia Burn To The Face And Eye
18 014213078 01/29/1991 0521700   2066 21 Employees Injured By Exposure To Anhydrous Ammonia
19 170199285 06/06/1991 0950626   2037 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns From Anhydrous Ammonia
20 170171649 10/03/1991 0950614   9999 Employees Injured By Anhydrous Ammonia Release

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