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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 113589.01 02/08/2019 0352420   Two Employees Suffer Exposure To High Carbon Monoxide While
42 113012.01 01/23/2019 0551702   Employee Steps In Hole And Breaks Leg
43 112206.01 12/22/2018 0950613   Two Employees Are Sickened When Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
44 115379.01 12/06/2018 0216000   Employee'S Fingers Are Partially Amputated In Hydraulic Pump
45 111710.01 12/06/2018 0522000   Two Employees Are Burned In Trailer Explosion
46 110901.01 11/11/2018 0521700   Employee Is Injured In Tank Demolition Fire
47 111282.01 11/11/2018 0452110 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive Inside Air Heater
48 115734.01 11/05/2018 0950635   Employees Are Injured After Falling In Confined Space
49 109009.01 08/31/2018 0522500   Two Employees Experience Oxygen Deficient Atmosphere In Conf
50 108858.01 08/14/2018 0830600   Employee Sustains Burns In Confined Space Explosion
51 106896.01 06/26/2018 0418200 X Employee Is Trapped In Cooler And Is Asphyxiated From Possib
52 110257.01 06/05/2018 0855610 X Employee Loses Consciousness, Falls In Water Filled Pit, And
53 106437.01 06/01/2018 0420600 X Employee Enters Oxygen Deficient Manhole And Is Asphyxiated
54 106039.01 05/29/2018 0728500   Employee Lost Consciousness In A Confined Space
55 105566.01 05/05/2018 0453730 X Employee Enters Oxygen Deficient Space And Is Killed
56 107439.01 05/03/2018 0454711 X Employee Dies From Burns Sustained In A Flash Fire
57 104859.01 04/07/2018 0551701   Three Firefighters Suffer First And Second Degree Burns Whil
58 103769.01 03/10/2018 0454716 X Employee Becomes Engulfed In Silo And Is Killed
59 106598.01 01/04/2018 0950635   Employee Is Injured When Residue Inside Welding Pipe Explode
60 102112.01 12/27/2017 0317900   Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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