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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201352937 12/24/2005 0419700 X 7699,4911 Employee Is Killed While Blasting Slag In Steam Boiler
182 201362563 02/28/2006 0419400 X 2411 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Auger
183 200514065 03/14/2006 0552700 X 7349 Employee Dies From Heart Attack
184 201573078 04/09/2006 0830500 X 1541 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
185 200452019 04/10/2006 0418600 X 2611 Boiler Operator Dies After Being Burned In Boiler Explosion
186 200924488 04/25/2006 0355118 X 2621 One Employee Dies, One Burned While Cleaning Out Boiler Ash
187 200271609 07/11/2006 0524500 X 7699,2046 Employees Are Burned By Hot Liquid Mixture
188 201108644 09/12/2006 0950624   3443 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Industrial Truck
189 310399670 01/14/2007 0453720   2262 Employee Is Burned When Steam Valve Fails
190 202484705 01/25/2007 0950621   2421 Employee Twists Knee When Ladder Falls Over
191 202363248 02/08/2007 0352450   6531 Two Workers Are Blinded By Boiler Flash Fire
192 201924164 03/08/2007 0626700 X 3069 Employee Is Killed When Pressure Vessel Explodes
193 200980803 03/20/2007 0855610 X 1799 Employee Killed When Scaffold Falls
194 200083194 04/20/2007 0112000   4911 Employee Sustains Contusions When Struck By Water Hose
195 201089653 05/20/2007 0950625   2015 Employee Is Burned When He Trips And Opens Drain Valve
196 200774750 07/11/2007 0134000   1711 Employee Is Burned By Steam
197 201126349 08/27/2007 0950613   8811 Workers Suffer Minor Burns During Boiler Maintenance
198 200775021 11/06/2007 0134000 X 4911 Three Employees Are Killed When Boiler Tube Ruptures
199 202506382 11/16/2007 0950663   2869 Employee Sustains Thermal Burns
200 311213326 12/11/2007 0830100 X 1741 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning From Boiler Vent

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