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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 200370492 03/27/1999 0454510 X 2392 Employee Killed When Dye Extractor Explodes
182 000800060 03/23/1999 0454510   3695 Three Employees Injured When Chemical Mixture Ignites
183 171057508 03/16/1999 0854910   3714 Four Employees Injured By Flying Parts In Chemical Explosion
184 201951407 02/22/1999 0522000 X 2672 Employee Dies From Burns While Inspecting Mixture In Vessel
185 170866685 02/16/1999 0950621   3761 Employee Injured By Shrapnel From Chemical Explosion
186 200650257 02/09/1999 0521100   2621 Five Employees Exposed To Sulfur Dioxide
187 200370393 02/01/1999 0454510   2261,4213 Two Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas
188 200120285 01/29/1999 0523400 X 3479 Employee Burned By Molten Salt, Later Dies
189 200200707 01/21/1999 0418200 X 2899 Employee Killed When Filter Unit Explodes
190 200210391 12/14/1998 0626000   2911,1799 Ten Employees Injured When Exposed To Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
191 200010346 12/09/1998 0729300   2834 Chemist Injured In Hydrofluoric Acid Explosion
192 200330256 11/16/1998 0830300   2892 Employee Burned When Volatile Powder Wafers Ignite
193 171057201 11/13/1998 0854910   3339 Two Employees Burned In Molten Magnesium Flash Fire
194 200570257 10/24/1998 0316700 X 3351 Employee Dies Of Burns From Furnace Flameout
195 201500808 09/17/1998 0950614   3695 Employee Injured From Chemical Burns
196 201051547 08/31/1998 0950642   3471 Employee Inhales Hydrochloric Acid Vapor
197 200330207 08/07/1998 0830300   3321 Two Employees Burned When Splashed By Molten Metal
198 170743702 08/02/1998 1054192   5171 Employee Burned When Splashed By Hot Acid
199 000896860 07/31/1998 0355118   2253 Employee Burned When Chemical Mixture Explodes
200 200690170 06/29/1998 0112600   2821 Six Employees Suffer From Exposure To Nitric Oxide

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