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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 000930602 06/03/1991 0830500 X 1311 Employee Killed When Struck By Pipe
162 014506257 05/04/1984 0830500 X 1389 Employee Struck By Piece Of Exploding Valve
163 000930651 08/06/1991 0830500   1381,1311 Four Employees Burned By Natural Gas Flash Fire
164 201572997 11/25/2005 0830500 X 1381 Employee Maintaining Compressor Is Electrocuted
165 000882126 01/07/1993 0830500   1311 Employee Burned In Compressor Explosion
166 201573300 09/08/2007 0830500 X 1389 Employee Is Burned And Killed By Gas Ignition
167 000525980 02/01/1991 0830600   1389,7361 Employees Burned In Gas Rig Explosion
168 201751609 02/27/2007 0830600 X 1381 Truck Driver Is Killed After Losing Control Going Downhill
169 000776153 01/25/1991 0854910   1321 Two Employees Treated For Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide
170 000972034 08/18/1991 0854910   1381 Employee Injured When Struck In The Face By Pipe Tongs
171 200980142 06/19/1999 0855610 X 1389 Employee Killed When Struck By Traveling Block And Wire Rope
172 200980456 06/12/2004 0855610   1389 Four Employees Are Injured In Gas Well Pressure Blast
173 014559587 06/02/1989 0855610 X 1311,1794 Welder Killed In Excavation Cave-In
174 000755934 07/18/1994 0855610 X 1311 Employee Dies In Gas Explosion
175 000733535 07/05/1985 0855610 X 1389,1311 Pressured Gas Well Exploded
176 000686261 06/13/1991 0855610 X 1311 Employee Killed When Exposed To Excessive Nitrogen
177 000756130 01/29/1993 0855610   1311 Four Employees Burned In Workover Rig Explosion
178 000756007 09/23/1992 0855610 X 1311,1541,4213 Employee Killed When Crushed By Falling Pipe
179 200980654 10/29/2005 0855610 X 1381 Employee Is Asphyxiated When Caught In Rotating Machinery
180 014559991 11/29/1991 0855610 X 1381 Employee Dies After Fall From Main Floor Of Drilling Rig

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