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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201780400 02/16/2002 0935000 X 7363 Employee Fatally Burned By Hot Air
182 201771490 09/27/2001 0213900 X 7549 Tire Overfilled With Compressed Air Blows Killing Employee
183 201361573 08/04/2001 0419400 X 1799 Employee Killed When Struck By Compressed Air
184 201033933 07/19/2001 0950635   1541 Employee Injured When Thigh Impaled By Pneumatic Nail Gun
185 200840668 07/11/2001 0524530 X 7534 Mechanic Killed By Exploding Tire
186 201064052 03/30/2001 0950632   3769 Employee'S Hand Impaled By Machine Part
187 202013355 01/25/2001 0216000 X 3433 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation While Sandblasting Steel
188 201113156 01/18/2001 0950643   3491 Employee Injured When Oxygen Hose Lines Explode
189 200551604 10/31/2000 0625700 X 2819 Employee Killed By Flying Dome Of Transport Tanker
190 200967347 06/25/2000 0352470 X 7692 Employee Killed When Flammable Gases Explode
191 200840528 05/31/2000 0524530 X 1389 Employee Killed When Oil Tank Explodes During Test
192 201153319 03/24/2000 0950633   3711 Employee Injured Due To Expanding Airbag Assembly
193 201340940 03/21/2000 0729700 X 5084 Employee Died From Barrel Explosion
194 201792710 09/26/1999 0950644   9224 Three Employees Fall Unconcious - None Hospitalized
195 200740496 08/04/1999 0213100   5093 Employee Injured In Explosion At Scrap Yard
196 201953171 06/26/1999 0522000 X 2813 Employee Asphyxiated By Leaking Nitrogen Gas
197 200641074 05/21/1999 0627700 X 4212 Employee Killed By Ammonia Vapors When Tank Ruptures
198 201052602 05/14/1999 0950642   3052 Employee Injured When Compressed Air Injected Into Arm
199 200540292 09/29/1998 0317500 X 1799 Employee Killed When Tank Fails During Pressure Test
200 200570208 02/02/1998 0316700 X 3585 Employee Killed When Pressure Vessels Explode

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