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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 000930735 08/21/1992 0830500   2011 Six Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
82 201573078 04/09/2006 0830500 X 1541 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
83 101083.01 11/02/2017 0830500   Employee Clearing Clogged Boiler Line Is Burned By Scalding
84 014432090 05/14/1991 0830100 X 2621 One Employee Killed In Boiler Explosion, Another Injured
85 311213326 12/11/2007 0830100 X 1741 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning From Boiler Vent
86 311217293 01/22/2009 0830100 X 1522 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Exploding Boiler
87 000827931 02/07/1990 0751910 X 3272 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
88 200530244 12/21/2005 0751910 X 2075 Employee Killed By Boiler Explosion
89 014453351 03/07/1986 0751910 X 8211 Killed In Boiler Explosion At Elementary School
90 15835.015 04/05/2012 0729700   Employee Injures Back And Sprains Knee When Falling From Sca
91 014415798 09/29/1995 0729700 X 7218 Employee Killed By Steam And Water Burns
92 200012946 06/12/2011 0729300 X 5093 Employee Amputates Leg While Unjamming Boiler
93 94410.015 04/03/2017 0729300 X Two Employees Are Crushed And Killed When Boiler Explodes.
94 014419956 10/28/1992 0728900 X 1711 Employee Dies After Being Struck By Firebox Door
95 200001956 01/28/2005 0728500 X 7699 Employee Dies After Being Trapped Under Collapsed Scaffold
96 200002822 03/31/2009 0728500 X 8734 Employee Is Caught Between Scaffold And Wall, Is Killed
97 014302301 10/20/1987 0653510 X 2911 Boiler Explosion Kills One Employee
98 115003.01 01/09/2019 0653510   Employee Working On Energized Equipment Suffers Multiple Fra
99 014301675 10/20/1987 0653510 X 2911 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Boiler Explosion
100 106913.01 06/26/2018 0636900   One Employee Is Killed, Five Are Injured In Gas Explosion

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