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Keyword: "Natural Gas"AllAll10/22/2014 to 10/22/2019AllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 93072.015 10/19/2016 1054191   Fireman Is Injured In Explosion And Is Hospitalized
2 81065.015 11/13/2015 0950647 X Worker Is Killed In Fire When Tractor Shank Strikes Natural
3 110212.01 04/23/2018 0950647   Several Employees Incurs Burns In A Natural Gas Leak
4 82915.015 12/28/2015 0950635 X Employee Working Alone Found Dead From Unknown Causes
5 93697.015 03/06/2017 0950633 X Employee Is Struck By Pressurized Steel Cover And Is Killed
6 97225.015 02/27/2017 0950621   Employee Is Injured When Natural Gas Pipeline Vent Stack Is
7 76605.015 05/01/2015 0855610   Employee Is Burned During Gas Extraction Process Explosion
8 115803.01 04/10/2019 0854910 X Employee Is Killed In Natural Gas Fire
9 75685.015 04/02/2015 0854910 X Employee Is Struck By Metal Object, Suffers Brain Injury And
10 96089.015 05/25/2017 0830500 X Employee Is Killed In Explosion And Fire
11 90050.015 10/25/2016 0830500 X Employee Struck-By A Natural Gas Pipe And Is Killed
12 96090.015 05/30/2017 0830500   Employee Sustains Hand Fracture When Struck By A Sledgehamme
13 86360.015 06/18/2016 0830300 X Employee Is Burned And Killed In Explosion While On A Genie
14 98489.015 08/23/2017 0830300   Employee Is Working On Heat Exchanger And Suffers Burns Duri
15 91376.015 12/13/2016 0729700 X Employee Is Killed When Backed Over By A Truck
16 87091.015 07/25/2016 0728900 X Employee Is Killed In A Natural Gas Explosion
17 106914.01 06/26/2018 0636900 X Two Employees Are Killed And Four Injured In Natural Gas Exp
18 76297.015 04/23/2015 0627700 X Employee Is Killed When Working On A Natural Gas Well
19 104383.01 04/02/2018 0627700   Employee Is Burned In Natural Gas Explosion At Well Site
20 93801.015 02/16/2017 0627700   Employee Is Injured During Wellhead Explosion And Is Burned

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