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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 202490157 05/26/2010 0950621   1799 Employee Suffers Several Fractures Due To A Fall From A Scaf
42 200998078 01/07/2010 0551800 X 3312 Furnace Blows Kills One And Injures Three Workers
43 201925021 12/04/2009 0626700 X 2911 One Employee Is Killed In Boiler Explosion, Another Is Injur
44 200651701 10/02/2009 0521100   8062 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Flying Object
45 200002822 03/31/2009 0728500 X 8734 Employee Is Caught Between Scaffold And Wall, Is Killed
46 311217293 01/22/2009 0830100 X 1522 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Exploding Boiler
47 200613099 01/22/2009 0111700   4961 One Employe Burned When Oil Leak Catches On Fire
48 201262433 12/05/2008 0524200 X 1711 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide, Later Dies
49 201363322 11/04/2008 0419400 X 1799 One Employee Is Killed, Six Others Are Injured
50 202502274 10/31/2008 0352450   6531 Boiler Worker Suffered Burns When Water Pipe Burst
51 201363249 05/03/2008 0419400 X 7699,1541 One Employee Is Killed, Four Others Are Injured In Explosion
52 201363256 05/03/2008 0419400   1541 Twelve Employees Are Burned In Boiler Explosion
53 201491388 05/02/2008 0950625   1731 Employee Is Burned In Boiler Fire
54 200996858 04/28/2008 0551800 X 1629 Two Employees Are Killed In Boiler Explosion
55 200103125 04/10/2008 0522300   8011 Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Gas
56 200212363 02/22/2008 0626000   2911 Four Employees Are Burned When Pipe Fails
57 202560140 02/02/2008 0352420   5812 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
58 201262284 01/28/2008 0524200 X 5541 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Exposure
59 201184025 01/28/2008 0950611 X 1795 Employee Is Killed In Structure Collapse; Two Are Injured
60 200631828 01/17/2008 0316400 X 5093 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Excavator

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