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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201174364 07/29/2003 0950621   279 Employee Burned From Gas Boiler Flareback
62 202490157 05/26/2010 0950621   1799 Employee Suffers Several Fractures Due To A Fall From A Scaf
63 170619001 05/31/2000 0950621   2032 Employee Burned By Hot Water And Steam
64 170842983 10/30/2004 0950615   1711 Employee Burned By Natural Gas Flash
65 170718076 09/05/1992 0950615   2493 Employee Severely Burned In Boiler Explosion
66 201024270 04/10/2012 0950615   8069 Boiler Worker Splashed With Hot Water Suffer Burns
67 105458.01 04/18/2018 0950614   Employee Is Cutting Boiler Pipe Line And Is Hospitalized Wit
68 201123759 11/26/2001 0950613   4953 Employee Injured In Gas Explosion
69 170209860 02/03/1994 0950613   7011 Employee Slightly Injured In Boiler Explosion
70 201121423 03/29/1999 0950613   7699 Employee Burned When Acetylene Gas Ignites
71 201123445 07/23/2001 0950613   1711 Employee Burned From Flash Fire Of Natural Gas Stove
72 201126349 08/27/2007 0950613   8811 Workers Suffer Minor Burns During Boiler Maintenance
73 104687.01 04/07/2018 0950612   Employee Is Injured When Shot With Sandblasting Gun
74 112635.01 12/22/2018 0950612   Two Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Gas While Cutti
75 201184025 01/28/2008 0950611 X 1795 Employee Is Killed In Structure Collapse; Two Are Injured
76 122059.01 07/02/2019 0950611   Employee Servicing Boiler Is Burned By Hot Water
77 170204440 09/13/1994 0950611   6513 Employee Seriously Burned In Boiler Explosion
78 000518134 07/05/1987 0931800 X 2631 Three Employees Die After Boiler Explosion
79 170048037 12/19/1988 0931600 X 1795,3331,1629 One Employee Dies, Others Injured In Steam Explosion
80 171016066 01/05/1996 0855610 X 9223,9199 Employees Killed Or Overcome By Carbon Monoxide

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