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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 110573.01 09/19/2018 0626600 X Employee Suffers Injuries During Extreme Heat And Dies
42 111458.01 09/18/2018 0111700   Employee Sustains Flash Burns During Lp Gas Flareup
43 110599.01 09/18/2018 0523900   Businesses Are Evacuated When Employee Strikes And Damages G
44 109192.01 09/14/2018 0625500   Employee Is Caught In Explosion From Natural Gas Escaping Fr
45 109419.01 09/13/2018 0317500   Two Employees Experience Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
46 110425.01 09/04/2018 0627510   Employee Sustains Fractured Tibia When Struck By Tongs
47 108981.01 09/04/2018 0728900   Employees Is Injured By Ammonia Exposure From Broken Line
48 109115.01 09/04/2018 0627510   Employee Is Caught In Natural Gas Explosion And Sustains Mul
49 108985.01 08/30/2018 0551701   Employees Are Injured In Building Explosion
50 109000.01 08/23/2018 0625400   Employee Is Burned From Explosion At Oil And Gas Well
51 108561.01 08/20/2018 0419700   Employee Loses Consciousness From Over Exposure To Hydrogen
52 108537.01 08/10/2018 0552651   Six Employees Are Injured When Engulfed By Blast Furnace'S H
53 108088.01 08/06/2018 0626000   Employee Sustains Crushed Thumb While Breaking Loose Polishi
54 110202.01 08/01/2018 0420600 X Employee Is Caught In Explosion While Working On Vehicle, Is
55 107884.01 07/31/2018 0830600   Two Employees Experience Carbon Monoxide Poisoning While Usi
56 107841.01 07/30/2018 0728900   Two Employees Incur Burns Due To Fire In Company Box Truck
57 108084.01 07/29/2018 0523300   Sixteen Employees Are Exposed To Ammonia Leak
58 107751.01 07/27/2018 0627510 X Employee Is Killed In Gas Line Explosion
59 107571.01 07/23/2018 0626700 X Employee Welds Gas Tank And Is Killed In Explosion
60 108929.01 07/17/2018 0352420   Twelve Employees Experience Carbon Monoxide Poisoning While

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