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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 200690436 04/26/2001 0112600 X 7538 Employee Died From An Explosion
122 200551844 04/14/2001 0625700 X 1795 Employee Killed When Staircase Collapsed, Pinning Him
123 201521127 04/04/2001 0111500   3341 Employee Injured When Beam Flipped, Causing A Fall
124 302399308 01/17/2001 0419400 X 2951 Employee Is Killed When Tank Explodes While Cutting On It
125 201112976 12/18/2000 0950643   8711 Employee Suffers Burns When Drum Contents Explode
126 200001147 11/27/2000 0728500 X 3599 Employee Dies Of Smoke Inhalation In Fire.
127 200711166 11/10/2000 0636900 X 7692 Employee Killed When Tank Truck Explodes During Welding
128 201171030 11/04/2000 0950621   721 Employee Fractures Leg- Can Ruptures After Being Cut In Half
129 200810802 10/11/2000 0627400 X 1389 Employee Killed When Struck By Broken Pipe
130 201631124 09/15/2000 1054111   1751 Employee Burned When Cutting A Fuel Tank Explodes
131 201141884 08/23/2000 0950631   1795 Three Employees Injured In Flash Fire
132 200330652 08/21/2000 0830300   2869 Two Employees Burned When Alcohol Leak Ignites
133 201631082 08/14/2000 1054111   7389 Employee Lost Balance And Fell 42 Feet And Was Hospitalized
134 171059595 07/26/2000 0854910   5093 Employee'S Foot Fractured When Struck By Piece Of Iron
135 200460749 07/24/2000 0111400 X 3272 Employee Killed When Flammable Product Explodes
136 100781327 07/17/2000 0626300 X 7389 Employee Killed By Falling Crane Cab
137 201082591 06/26/2000 0950625   5541 Two Employees Injured When Wine Tank Explodes
138 201033263 04/25/2000 0950635   7538 Employee Loses Eye When Struck By Lid Of Exploding Drum
139 201162039 04/17/2000 0950641   4131 Employee Injured In Explosion
140 201053782 03/08/2000 0950642   7231 Carbon Monoxide Exposure Leads To Employee'S Fainting

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