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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 200232551 02/02/2011 1032500 X 5172 Two Sustain Burns, One Dies, In Diesel Tanker Fueling Fire
102 201283371 01/20/2011 0418100 X 1741 Co Owner Dies From Burns
103 202552246 11/15/2010 0950631   3449 Employee Suffers Flash Burns From Flammable Liquids
104 200813129 10/04/2010 0627510 X 2869 Three Employees Are Burned By Flash Fire, One Later Dies
105 202491312 09/22/2010 0950621   191 Employee Is Severly Burned While Refueling Vehicle
106 202469052 08/30/2010 0950643 X 1521 Employee Is Killed In Explosion And Flash Fire
107 202552352 08/18/2010 0950631   2821 Worker Is Burned When Spilled Alcohol Ignites
108 201703071 08/17/2010 1054115   191 Swather Operator Is Burned By Gasoline
109 201075918 08/16/2010 0950632   5013 Automotive Mechanic Is Burned When Gasoline Ignites
110 202626271 07/28/2010 0950633   4522 Employee Is Burned While Filling Propane Gas Cylinders
111 201204484 07/14/2010 1054194   5093 Employee Receives Thermal Burns During Torch Cutting
112 200542017 07/14/2010 0317500   3312 Two Employees Are Burned In Explosion At Coke Oven
113 202080529 06/24/2010 0453730   7538 Employee Is Injured In Tank Explosion
114 200515047 05/21/2010 0552700 X 5172 Employee Is Killed By Aviation Gasoline
115 202551594 04/19/2010 0950631   7996 Worker Is Burned From Flash Explosion In Fuel Line
116 200925915 03/23/2010 0355111 X 1799 Tank Explodes, Employee Later Dies
117 201283249 01/15/2010 0418100 X 1711 Employee Is Killed While Cutting Vapor Line
118 200644607 01/06/2010 0627700 X 4212 Propane Torch Causes Explosion, Killing Worker
119 202541348 10/10/2009 0950641   5812 Cook Is Burned When Propane Stove Flashes When Lit
120 202541322 09/29/2009 0950641   1799 Two Employees Are Burned When Flammable Vapors Explode

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