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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201159092 02/11/2004 0950633   1623 Welder Is Burned Using A Torch
102 201797172 09/02/2003 0950644   3317 Employee Amputates Finger In Band Saw
103 202251096 08/27/2003 0953210 X 7359 Employee Is Killed When Dock Leveler Collapses
104 200552990 08/19/2003 0625700 X 3548,3441 Employee Dies When Struck By Section Of Demolished Vessel
105 201157930 08/07/2003 0950633   5093 Explosion Burns Employee'S Face, Hands, And Legs
106 201084605 06/23/2003 0950625   5093 Employee Sustains Burns In Explosion
107 200353191 06/17/2003 0453710   3499 Two Employees Burned When Drum Explodes
108 201157666 06/13/2003 0950633   4213 Employee Hospitalized When Struck By Exploding Container
109 201320553 06/11/2003 0317900   1794 Employee Injured When Tank Exploded
110 200602381 04/14/2003 0625400 X 1795 Employee Killed In Fall From Steel Tank Being Demolished
111 202250924 10/09/2002 0953210   8331 Employee Injured While Using Cutting Torch
112 200771566 10/09/2002 0134000   5093 Employee Burned When Welding Ignites Spilled Asoline
113 200552529 09/23/2002 0625700 X 1761 Employee Dies And One Is Injured In Acetylene Explosion
114 200525780 09/14/2002 0751910 X 9131 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Burning Roof
115 200051670 07/08/2002 0728900 X 4953 Employee Is Burned While Welding
116 200552537 05/10/2002 0625700 X 1542 Explosive Gases Within A Container Ignited Killing Two
117 200621837 01/14/2002 0454714   1622 Employee Hospitalized After Strike In Head By Falling Steel
118 201632445 01/14/2002 1054191   2621,3441 Employee Hospitalized Due To Chlorine Gas Inhalation
119 200771293 09/26/2001 0134000   1799 Employee Injured After Falling From The Roof
120 200270858 08/07/2001 0524500 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall From Aerial Boom Truck

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