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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 75685.015 04/02/2015 0854910 X Employee Is Struck By Metal Object, Suffers Brain Injury And
182 78062.015 03/26/2015 0215000 X Employee Killed In A Workplace Explosion And Fire.
183 75159.015 03/19/2015 0418400 X Employee Struck By Falling Propane Tank.
184 74831.015 03/10/2015 0627510 X Three Employees Are Killed In Rig Fire
185 74201.015 02/20/2015 0627700 X Employee Drowns While Working On A Saltwater Receiving Tank
186 80065.015 01/30/2015 0950612   Worker Performing Excavation Hits Gas Pipeline
187 77651.015 01/22/2015 0950632   Worker Operating An Acetylene Torch Is Burned When Fumes Exp
188 70067.015 01/19/2015 0627510 X Employee Is Killed After Falling Due To Hydrogen Sulfide Exp
189 69611.015 12/19/2014 0626000 X Employee Is Struck And Killed During Gas Line Servicing
190 77106.015 12/16/2014 0625400 X Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
191 69886.015 11/26/2014 0454731 X One Employee Is Killed In Natural Gas Explosion; Four Employ
192 69025.015 11/11/2014 0522500 X Diver Is Killed While Servicing A Retention Pond
193 68929.015 11/04/2014 0552652 X Employee Is Killed When A Fuel Cell Explodes
194 70040.015 10/24/2014 0626000 X Employee Is Burned In A Flash Fire And Is Killed
195 75456.015 10/24/2014 0626000 X Employee Is Burned During Bleeding Of A Gas Well And Is Kill
196 68157.015 09/21/2014 0418300 X Two Workers Are Killed And One Hospitalized From Oxygen Syst
197 68021.015 09/12/2014 0419400 X Employee Is Struck In Head By A Tire And Its Rim And Is Kill
198 67996.015 09/11/2014 0626700 X Employee Is Killed In Explosion Of Oxygen Bottle
199 64232.015 07/03/2014 0625400 X Employee Falls From Derrick And Is Killed
200 64209.015 06/19/2014 0625700 X Two Employees Struck And Killed By Exploding Pressurized Pip

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