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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 69025.015 11/11/2014 0522500 X Diver Is Killed While Servicing A Retention Pond
42 68929.015 11/04/2014 0552652 X Employee Is Killed When A Fuel Cell Explodes
43 68157.015 09/21/2014 0418300 X Two Workers Are Killed And One Hospitalized From Oxygen Syst
44 68021.015 09/12/2014 0419400 X Employee Is Struck In Head By A Tire And Its Rim And Is Kill
45 67996.015 09/11/2014 0626700 X Employee Is Killed In Explosion Of Oxygen Bottle
46 61489.015 05/08/2014 0418600 X Employee Struck In The Head By A Fire Extinguisher And Is Ki
47 61429.015 04/30/2014 0627510 X Two Employees Are Struck By Metal From Exploding Sand Separa
48 61369.015 04/30/2014 0627510 X Two Employees Are Struck By Metal From Exploding Sand Separa
49 59233.015 03/12/2014 0336000 X Employee Is Killed In Oil Tank Explosion
50 57248.015 01/23/2014 0215300 X Employee Killed When Fire Extinguisher Explodes
51 46526.015 06/14/2013 0625700 X Vessel Ruptures And Kills Employee, Injures Eight Others
52 202555553 01/02/2013 0950631   5984 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated Between Cylinder And Cart
53 25675.015 08/17/2012 0317700   Recycling Facility Worker Cutting Cylinder In Half Is Struck
54 25215.015 08/15/2012 0830500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By A Pressurized Pipe In A Pr
55 23955.015 07/24/2012 0728900   Employee Is Collecting Garbage When A Container Releases Its
56 33816.015 06/25/2012 0830600 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Employees Are Injured When A
57 33536.015 06/25/2012 0830600 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Employees Are Injured When A
58 202614335 04/08/2012 1054112   4119 Employee Is Injured In An Explosion
59 06377.015 02/06/2012 0523300   Propane Delivery Truck Catches On Fire And Explodes
60 03988.015 11/16/2011 0521700 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Concrete And Killed

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