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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 170237986 11/23/1990 1055320 X 1629 Employee Killed When Struck By Exploding Boiler
42 001002641 12/31/1990 0253620   8211 Employee Dies From Burns From Gasket Failure On Boiler
43 000982744 02/19/1991 0257210   7011 Two Employees Inhale Water Vapor
44 014492177 05/06/1991 0214500 X 2865 Employee Dies Of Heart Attack
45 014432090 05/14/1991 0830100 X 2621 One Employee Killed In Boiler Explosion, Another Injured
46 170220123 06/25/1991 0552652   2493 Seven Employees Suffer Minor Injuries While Fighting Fire
47 170180517 07/04/1991 0950642   4953 Employee Burned By Hot Oil When Pressurized Can Explodes
48 000956953 09/11/1991 0950622 X 2062 Employee Dies Of Steam Burns After Boiler Rupture
49 170697601 11/22/1991 0950623   2421 Employee Severely Burned While Cleaning Boiler
50 014521934 01/22/1992 0524500 X 1711 Employee Partially Decapitated In Explosion
51 000761908 01/28/1992 0453710 X 1711,2269 One Employee Killed And Five Injured In Boiler Explosion
52 170725394 04/07/1992 0950622   2869 Employee Injured When Struck By Broken Valve Handle And Stem
53 170045116 08/03/1992 1055320   1711 Employee'S Face Injured By Door In Boiler Explosion
54 000930735 08/21/1992 0830500   2011 Six Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
55 000597617 09/03/1992 0418100 X 2621 One Employee Killed, Others Injured When Burned
56 170718076 09/05/1992 0950615   2493 Employee Severely Burned In Boiler Explosion
57 014221014 09/15/1992 0626700   1799,2869 Six Employees Sprayed By Hot Reboiler Liquid
58 000783670 09/30/1992 0452110   7216,5812 Four Employees Hospitalized For Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
59 014419956 10/28/1992 0728900 X 1711 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Firebox Door
60 014494892 12/11/1992 0627700 X 7996 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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