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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 201344207 09/29/2006 0729700 X 1794 Employee Killed When Ruptured Natural Gas Line Explodes
122 201282365 09/18/2006 0418100 X 1794 Employee Dies Of Asphyxiation In Manhole
123 202484648 09/16/2006 0950621   2034 Employees Are Burned While Relighting Pilot Light For Dryer
124 201088374 08/08/2006 0950625   9511 Employee Is Injured By Pressurized Gas Release
125 200812212 06/29/2006 0627400 X 1389 Employee Dies After Well Explosion
126 200202794 06/27/2006 0418200 X 7011 Employee Is Killed In Gas Explosion
127 201344017 05/23/2006 0729700 X 1311 Explosion Kills Two Individuals Checking Storage Tank Gauge
128 200801637 05/09/2006 0523300   2082 Explosion In Wastewater Treatment Plant Burns Employee
129 201272374 03/01/2006 0418300 X 1623 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Piping
130 200541357 02/14/2006 0317500   1381 Three Employees Are Injured In Natural Gas Explosion
131 201042538 02/14/2006 0953220   1731 Employee Burned In Natural Gas Line Break And Fire
132 200514032 12/19/2005 0552700   9224 Seven Firefighters Injured In Gas Explosion
133 200002079 10/12/2005 0728500 X 1742 One Employee Is Killed, Another Is Injured In Explosion
134 201701935 09/29/2005 1054195   1794 Employee Overcome By Methane Gases In Manhole
135 200758126 09/28/2005 0522500 X 7692 Employee Is Killed When Burned In Explosion
136 200675445 08/18/2005 0418800 X 4922 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Propane Loading Arm
137 201106739 07/13/2005 0950624   1711 Employee Is Burned When Natural Gas Ignites
138 200373595 06/29/2005 0454510 X 7699 Two Employees Die From Asphyxia In Station Tank
139 200211803 06/07/2005 0626000 X 1321 Employee Is Killed In Flash Fire
140 201343738 06/02/2005 0729700 X 1381 Two Employees Are Killed In Well Explosion; One Is Injured

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