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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 202560538 10/17/2008 0950411   1629 Three Employees Are Injured When Concrete Pipe Erupts
82 202455465 02/26/2009 0950642   3691 Employee Suffers Severe Burns While Priming Pump
83 201492444 02/27/2009 0950625   761 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Relief Disk
84 200555985 01/06/2010 0625700 X 1311 Fire And Explosion From Leaking Natural Gas Kills Worker
85 202456711 07/14/2010 0950642   9224 Three Firefighters Sustain Burns While Fighting Fire
86 200625895 09/23/2010 0454714 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck In The Head By Projectile
87 202520474 09/27/2010 0950624   2033 Employee'S Face Is Burned By Hot Food
88 200981124 01/04/2011 0855610 X 1381 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Mud From Standpipe
89 201639887 01/13/2011 1054111   2033 Employee Is Burned While Cleaning Seperation Tank
90 200813327 02/07/2012 0627510 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Fitting
91 28575.015 03/23/2012 0627500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Broken Pipe
92 200999241 05/11/2012 0551800 X 7699 Sewer Service Worker Is Killed By High-Pressure Water
93 19455.015 06/14/2012 0626000 X Employee Is Killed When Struck-By A Pipeline Pressure Manifo
94 25215.015 08/15/2012 0830500 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By A Pressurized Pipe In A Pr
95 30055.015 09/18/2012 0626000 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By High-Pressure Valve During
96 38756.015 01/19/2013 0830300 X Employee Is Struck By Pressurized Pipe And Is Killed
97 201497732 02/21/2013 0950625   2026 O-Ring Fails, Worker Suffers Chemical Burns
98 43144.015 04/01/2013 0626000 X Employee Is Struck By Autoclave Connector And Water Pressure
99 202531950 04/03/2013 0950664   2911 Oil Refinery Worker Crushes Hand On Slide Valve
100 202674966 04/11/2013 0950621   181 Employee Sustains Chemical Burns From Nitric Acid Spray

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