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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 202626271 07/28/2010 0950633   4522 Employee Is Burned While Filling Propane Gas Cylinders
102 201381282 06/26/2010 0214500   5984 Employee Fills Propane Cylinder, Receives Burns From Fire
103 202014759 06/22/2010 0216000 X 8052 Employee Dies From Propane Tank Explosion
104 200452647 06/12/2010 0418600 X 7349 Two Employees Found Dead While Cleaning Floor
105 202220760 06/01/2010 0111100 X 2411 Employee Dies In Propane Explosion
106 202368338 05/26/2010 1055320 X 5172 Two Employees Electrocuted As Boom Contacts High Volt Line
107 200212827 05/24/2010 0626000   9199 Three Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
108 201345337 05/12/2010 0729700   3296 Two Employees Are Injured In Asphalt Tank Explosion
109 200644607 01/06/2010 0627700 X 4212 Propane Torch Causes Explosion, Killing Worker
110 202541207 01/04/2010 0950641   2671 Leaking Propane Ignites Sending Two Workers To The Hospital
111 200332252 12/13/2009 0830300 X 4212 Employee Dies After Explosion Of Tanker Trailer
112 202468724 11/25/2009 0950643   4212 Employee Is Burned When Leaking Propane Ignites
113 202468682 11/17/2009 0950643   5984 Employee'S Face Is Burned By Water Heater Fire
114 202541348 10/10/2009 0950641   5812 Cook Is Burned When Propane Stove Flashes When Lit
115 202550877 09/23/2009 0950631   5999 Employee Suffers From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
116 202080255 08/20/2009 0453730   8059 Two Workers Are Burned By Flash Fire
117 202507216 08/10/2009 0950622   5999 Employee Is Burned While Filling Propane Tank
118 201614245 07/12/2009 1054193   7363,5148 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide, Eleven Hospitalized
119 200604338 07/08/2009 0625410   1389 Three Employees Are Burned In Gas Line Explosion
120 202540910 06/30/2009 0950641   5812 Accumulating Propane Causes Flash Fire, Worker Is Burned

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