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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 200080117 10/14/1997 0112000   2023 No Injuries Reported In Anhydrous Ammonia Leak
42 200080109 10/13/1997 0112000   7997 No Injuries Reported In Anhydrous Ammonia Leak
43 014419550 08/18/1994 0728900   7381,5191,1623,1541 Six Employees Suffer From Anhydrous Ammonia Inhalation
44 170577134 06/13/1994 0418600   2086 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns In Anhydrous Ammonia Release
45 014419972 05/16/1994 0728900 X 5191 Employee Dies Of Anhydrous Ammonia Inhalation
46 170614028 03/23/1994 0950623   7623 Chemical Splashes Into Employee'S Eye
47 014221063 01/13/1994 0626700 X 1799,2874 Employee Dies After Overexposure To Anhydrous Ammonia
48 014319784 12/06/1993 0316700 X 2033 Two Employees Die In Unexpected Ammonia Release
49 170234926 09/17/1993 1055350   5083 Employee Receives Chemical Burn
50 170108237 06/09/1993 0336000   2038 Employees Injured By Leak Of Anhydrous Ammonia
51 170386817 05/17/1993 0551800   8699 Employee Burned From Exposure To Anhydrous Ammonia
52 014241673 03/11/1993 0627700   5142 Nine Employees Treated After Ammonia Leak
53 000723635 09/08/1992 0521700   2013 Employees Overcome During Ammonia Leak
54 000958611 11/12/1991 0950624   4212 Employee Inhales Anhydrous Ammonia When Gasket Ruptures
55 170171649 10/03/1991 0950614   9999 Employees Injured By Anhydrous Ammonia Release
56 170199285 06/06/1991 0950626   2037 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns From Anhydrous Ammonia
57 014213078 01/29/1991 0521700   2066 21 Employees Injured By Exposure To Anhydrous Ammonia
58 000971986 10/23/1990 0854910   2026 Employee Injured By Ammonia Burn To The Face And Eye
59 014554893 08/31/1990 0728900   1721 Three Employees Suffer Exposure To Anhydrous Ammonia
60 000608109 06/27/1990 0418100   2015 Employees Hospitalized After Being Exposed To Ammonia

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