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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
281 000767509 06/11/1992 0626300 X 7363,1623 Three Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Confined Space
282 000599514 04/16/1992 0418200 X 1623 Two Employees Asphyxiated In Manhole, One Dies
283 000566034 03/10/1992 0636900   1541 Burn - Electrical Fault In Electric Cable
284 170667026 12/08/1991 0111500 X 8059 Employee Killed In Confined Space
285 000525543 10/27/1991 0830600 X 7699 Employee Dies Of Anoxia In Manhole
286 000958827 10/08/1991 0950624   1623 Employee Injured In Fall To Manhole Bottom
287 000564419 10/02/1991 0627700 X 1623,1799 Employee Overexposed And Killed In Sewer Line
288 170000293 09/30/1991 1055360   9131 Burn - Explosion In Manhole Due To Natural Gas Leak
289 170152466 09/12/1991 0950645   1741 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder Into Manhole
290 000912683 08/29/1991 0552621 X 4953 Employee Dies After Entering Oxygen Deficient Manhole
291 170118426 08/16/1991 0214200   2865 Employees Burned During Reactor Explosion
292 170171060 05/13/1991 0950614 X 1623 Employee Killed By Hydrogen Sulfide
293 000785576 04/16/1991 1054111   3272 Employee Injured When Crushed Between Chute And Manhole
294 170107148 04/15/1991 0551800   7011 Employee Injures Ankles In Fall Through Manhole
295 170166342 01/04/1991 0950631   1731 Employee Burned By Explosion In Manhole
296 000868497 12/18/1990 0522300 X 3443 Employee Killed Between Falling Tank And Concrete Floor
297 000595694 10/16/1990 0418110 X 1711,3494,1542 One Employee Killed And Six Others Exposed To Gas Vapors
298 000653980 07/16/1990 0111400   1623 Employee Injured During Natural Gas Explosion
299 000954933 05/01/1990 0355112 X 1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
300 014431720 05/01/1990 0830100   1629 Employee Burned When Propane Tank Explodes

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