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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014391494 05/05/1988 0625700 X 2911 Eight Employees Killed, 18 Injured In Refinery Explosion
2 014387435 07/25/1988 0521700 X 2821 One Employee Killed And Three Injured In Explosion And Fire
3 000869032 12/12/1988 0522000   2621 Nine Employees Inhale Chlorine Gas
4 014412233 08/24/1989 0626600 X 2821,1795 Employee Killed In Explosion Due To Chemical Release
5 000565291 09/25/1989 0627100   2879 Employee Burned In Chemical Pressure Vessel Explosion
6 014513774 04/23/1990 0521100   4911 Chlorine Exposure - Pipeline Opened
7 014330815 06/29/1990 0317700   3369 Two Employees Injured In Combustible Dust Explosion
8 170072649 04/12/1991 0453710   2819 Employees Suffer Respiratory Irritation From Nitric Acid Mix
9 014524847 04/25/1991 0522500 X 2869 Employee Dies Of Burns From Reactor Explosion
10 000556530 12/04/1991 0625700   2992,3443 Employees Injured When Exposed To Toxic Vapors
11 170174858 04/27/1992 0950614   8221 No Injury From Reported Spill Of 1 1/2 Pounds Of Mercury
12 170156442 02/04/1993 0950642   2339 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns In Eyes
13 170089718 06/22/1993 1054191   8071 Employee Treated For Possible Cyanide Poisoning
14 170159818 12/04/1993 0950632   4493,3273 Employees Burned In Explosion In A Confined Space
15 170358022 01/12/1994 0950635   2899 Employee'S Face Burned By Chemical Reaction/Flash Fire
16 170606891 01/20/1994 0950641   8062 Employee Exposed To Ethylene Oxide
17 170670616 04/13/1994 0419700 X 2621 3 Employees Killed, Others Injured When Digester Ruptures
18 014479901 05/06/1994 0352450   2241 Employee Overexposed To Sulfur Dioxide Gas
19 014544647 06/01/1994 0317700   2621 Employee Inadvertently Generates Chlorine Gas
20 170892426 04/15/1995 0950632   8733 Chemist Burned In Chemical Explosion/Fire

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