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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 170358857 12/21/1994 0950635   1629 Ten Employees Injured In Chemical Explosion And Fire
202 014436521 01/09/1995 0931600 X 2892 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Explosion
203 170707020 03/18/1995 0953220 X 3339 Employee Killed When Burned In Magnesium Explosion
204 170121545 03/29/1995 0453720   4215 18 Employees Inhale Nitric Acid
205 000820662 03/31/1995 0418800   723 Forty-Three Employees Inhale Chlorine Vapors
206 170614069 04/10/1995 0950623   1799 Employee Loses Partial Vision In Eye Splashed With Chemical
207 170087589 04/11/1995 0626300   3674 Three Employees Overexposed To Nitrogen Dioxide
208 170620488 04/13/1995 0950622   3679 Fourteen Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide And Hydrogen
209 170892426 04/15/1995 0950632   8733 Chemist Burned In Chemical Explosion/Fire
210 170804512 04/20/1995 1054191   7011 Nine Employees Injured After Inhaling Chemicals
211 170570907 05/09/1995 0454510   2869 Employee Burned In Chemical Explosion
212 014336101 06/08/1995 0420600 X 2819 Employee Killed When Burned By Hot Liquid
213 014502504 07/24/1995 0213900   2015 Employees Ill After Chlorine Gas Exposure
214 170731947 07/31/1995 0950644   3471 Employee Burned In Chemical Explosion
215 170619241 08/10/1995 0950651   1442 Employee Suffers Dermatitis After Using Degreaser
216 170402192 08/18/1995 0213600 X 2819 Employee Dies After Jumping From Window To Escape Fire
217 014202675 09/07/1995 1054191   3571 Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Fumes
218 000530196 09/11/1995 0728100 X 4491 Employee Killed In Fall When Corroded Catwalk Collapses
219 170735815 09/13/1995 0950641   7011 Nine Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas Leak
220 170710511 09/14/1995 0111500   2899 Employee Suffers Burns In Chemical Explosion

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