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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 000943480 06/24/1991 0418100   5984 Employees Burned In Flash Fire
102 014542641 02/08/1985 0418100   3296 Propane Heater Exploded When Employees Tried To Relight It
103 000597831 11/17/1993 0418100   2819 Two Employees Severely Burned In Propane Flash Fire
104 108339.01 08/15/2018 0418100   Employee Incurs Severe Burns In Fire Caused By Roofing Adhes
105 014336283 02/23/1989 0418100   3341 Employees Burned During Flash Fire
106 000597864 08/02/1995 0418100 X 2621 One Employee Killed, Two Injured By Exploding Propane Tank
107 200202794 06/27/2006 0418200 X 7011 Employee Is Killed In Gas Explosion
108 201270725 02/22/1999 0418300 X 4924 Employee Dies From A Propane Tank Explosion
109 201272754 05/20/2008 0418300 X 5984 Three Employees Are Injured In Fire, One Later Dies
110 94709.015 04/10/2017 0418400 X Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns When Propane Ignites
111 75159.015 03/19/2015 0418400 X Employee Struck By Falling Propane Tank.
112 111967.01 12/03/2018 0418400   Employee Sustains Facial Burns And Eye Damage When Splashed
113 200901650 05/25/2005 0418400   5531 Three Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide And Hospitalized
114 51727.015 06/23/2013 0418400 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Are Injured In Explosion.
115 014558159 07/12/1989 0418500 X 1799,4499 Employee Killed When Fire Erupts From Cutting Torch
116 200452647 06/12/2010 0418600 X 7349 Two Employees Found Dead While Cleaning Floor
117 000605204 07/07/1993 0418600 X 7389 Twenty-Three Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
118 000818625 11/06/1989 0418800 X 5984 Employee Killed As A Result Of Asphyxiation
119 95211.015 04/28/2017 0418800   Employee Receives Burn From Propane When Schedule 80 Couplin
120 117925.01 07/13/2019 0418800 X Employee Dies From Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide

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