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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201036225 09/02/2004 0950635   3999 Three Employees Are Injured In Explosion
102 201059078 09/01/2004 0950642   2011 Employee Is Injured In Violent Chemical Rection
103 200643005 08/30/2004 0627700   3479 Storage Tank Containing Sulfuric Acid Ruptures
104 200811859 07/06/2004 0627400 X 2892 One Employee Is Killed, Another Is Injured In Explosion
105 202344446 04/24/2004 0420600   2033 Employees Are Injured After Exposure To Chlorine
106 201797982 02/06/2004 0950644   7389 Employee Sustained Cuts From Shattered Flask Glass
107 201174711 10/20/2003 0950621   5411 Fourteen Employees Are Treated For Chemical Vapor Exposure
108 202344347 09/30/2003 0420600   3273 Chemical Release Hospitalizes Four Employees
109 201953668 09/21/2003 0522000   2819 Employee Is Injured In Explosion At Chemical Plant
110 201486107 09/12/2003 0950627 X 1711 Employee Killed In Chemical Explosion
111 200527067 07/17/2003 0751910   2011 Four Employees Exposed To Gas And Sustain Chemical Burns
112 202148813 06/30/2003 0253640   9224 Nine Employees Are Burned When Tank Explodes
113 200969145 05/05/2003 0352420   2869 Seven Employees Suffer Chemical Overexposure
114 200771590 04/28/2003 0134000   8051 Four Employees Suffer From Asphyxia
115 200772614 03/10/2003 0134000   2087 Employee Receives Burns From Hot Alkaline Solution
116 200622256 12/24/2002 0454723 X 5812 Employee Dies From Cardiac Complications Due To Toxic Gas
117 201115094 10/19/2002 0950643   3089 Employee Received Epoxy Chemical Burns To His Hands
118 201681145 09/27/2002 1050210   8222 Employee Hospitalized After Exposure To Chlorine
119 201065687 09/16/2002 0950632   3469 Employee'S Face And Arms Are Burned In Flash Fire
120 201361862 09/06/2002 0419400   2874 Three Employees Are Burned By Sulfuric Acid

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