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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 98420.015 08/11/2017 0419400   Employee Is Cutting Radiator Off From Truck Using An Acetyle
102 99532.015 08/02/2017 0552700 X Two Employees Are Killed By Natural Gas Explosion
103 101817.01 07/31/2017 0552652   Two Employees Burned When Natural Gas Explodes
104 99200.015 07/27/2017 0552652   Employee Is Burned When Gas Ignites
105 97669.015 07/25/2017 0729700   Oil /Gas Well Worker Sustains Amputation
106 97582.015 07/21/2017 0419400   Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Cable
107 97742.015 07/18/2017 1054196   Employee Is Caught In Propane Fire And Suffers Burns
108 98127.015 07/18/2017 0950621   Employee Is Installing Pipe Valve And Suffers Multiple Burn
109 100360.01 07/18/2017 0523400   Two Employees Are Caught In Explosion Of Natural Gas System
110 96924.015 07/07/2017 0112600   Employee Is Preparing To Fuel Vehicle And Suffers Multiple I
111 100477.01 07/05/2017 0950612   Employee Sustains Burns When Working On Distillery Batch
112 97919.015 07/03/2017 0830100   Employee Found Unconscious In Specialty Gas Room And Later D
113 100779.01 07/03/2017 0950625   Employee Is Refueling A Gas Powered Pressure Washing Unit An
114 96750.015 06/28/2017 0316400   Employee Is Injured In An Explosion While Cutting Into An Ox
115 96997.015 06/28/2017 0729300   Employee Using A Welder Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
116 97078.015 06/27/2017 0627700   Employee Is Hospitalized For Burns
117 96775.015 06/23/2017 0950631   Two Employees Areare Burned In Flash Fire While Replacing R
118 101492.01 06/23/2017 0950635   Three Employees Are Caught In A Butane Canister Fire And Suf
119 96888.015 06/21/2017 0523900   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Caught By Nip Point
120 97686.015 06/21/2017 0551800 X One Employee Is Killed, Another Injured From Overexposure

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