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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 170361497 06/26/2000 0950623   3585 Employee'S Arm Burned In Natural Gas Explosion
182 200551406 05/30/2000 0625700 X 782 Employee Killed In Gas Well Explosion
183 201403953 05/26/2000 0552651   1794 Employee Injured When Gas Line Ruptured
184 200080448 05/09/2000 0112000   1794 Cracked Valve Top Results In Natural Gas Leak
185 303493308 05/09/2000 0420600 X 1611 Employee Died From Burns When Natural Gas Ignited
186 201361235 05/02/2000 0419400 X 1623 Employee Killed In Gas Explosion
187 000837864 04/27/2000 0522000   1623 Employee Burned When Natural Gas In Trench Ignites
188 200050912 04/12/2000 0728900   1799 Building Explodes After Boring Drill Strikes Gas Line
189 200641314 03/13/2000 0627700 X 1389 Employee Killed In Frac Tank Explosion
190 200010759 02/07/2000 0729300 X 4922 Employee Killed When Struck By Debris After Gas Explosion
191 200551166 01/18/2000 0625700 X 1389 One Employee Killed, Three Injured In Oil Well Gas Explosion
192 201951613 09/28/1999 0522000   3564 Employee Burned In Fire
193 170843197 09/13/1999 0950615   8711 Employee Burned When Natural Gas Ignites
194 170205843 08/16/1999 0950611   1711 Two Employees Burned When Gas Ignites In Trench
195 200740462 08/02/1999 0213100 X 241 Two Employees Killed, One Injured By Exposure To Methane Gas
196 200780864 07/30/1999 0626300   1623 Three Employees Burned By Fire In Natural Gas Line
197 200260727 07/28/1999 0627100 X 1623 One Killed, One Burned, When Natural Gas Line Ignites
198 202250593 05/28/1999 0953210 X 7532 Employee #1 Turned Power On Building Blew Up From Gas Leak
199 200030682 04/29/1999 0521700   1623 Employee Injured In Natural Gas Explosion And Fire
200 200810596 04/20/1999 0627400   1381 Three Employees Burned When Diesel Pump Motor Explodes

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