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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 170165864 07/19/1992 0950631   5812 Employee'S Fingers Burned By Tortilla Maker
62 000772947 05/18/1992 0627700   2011,2013 Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide On Cook Line
63 000958140 03/27/1992 0950624   5812 Employee Burned By Steam Release During Cleaning
64 000959916 09/26/1991 0950621   2033 Employee Burned By Boiling Water While Cleaning Cooker
65 170073035 09/03/1991 0453710 X 2052,2015 Numerous Employees Killed Or Injured In Plant Fire
66 014238026 05/04/1990 0953210   7299 Employee'S Face Burned By Flash Fire While Lighting Pilot
67 000970921 05/22/1989 0854910   5812 Employee'S Lower Arm Burned By Hot Oil
68 000709733 12/08/1986 0854910   2015 Employee Burned By Steam From Pressure Vessel
69 014349427 08/06/1986 0419400 X 2015 Employees Burned When Steam From Poultry Cooker Escaped
70 014568158 01/23/1986 0454510   2038 Legs Caught In Running Augers Of Rice Cooker
71 000736595 01/13/1986 0452110   5812 Employees Splashed And Burned By Hot Grease
72 014461669 11/13/1985 0257260   2099 Two Employees Burned In Pressure Cooker Release
73 014514103 09/01/1985 0524700 X 2033 Employee Burned By Sodium Hydroxide Which Spilled On Him

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