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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 36076.015 12/07/2012 0418800 X Employee Fills Up Propane Tank And Is Killed
122 93666.015 03/02/2017 0418800   Employee Is Burned While Filling Propane Canister And Is Hos
123 200675445 08/18/2005 0418800 X 4922 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Propane Loading Arm
124 201363157 02/20/2008 0419400 X 4731 Employee Is Fatally Struck By A Tank Rolling Off A Trailer
125 114716.01 03/22/2019 0419400 X Employee Dies From Third-Degree Burns
126 014527659 12/03/1986 0419400   3483 Leaking Propane Gas Exploded; 6 Employees Burned
127 100226.01 10/23/2017 0419400   Employee Suffers Third Degree Burns To Body When Torch Line
128 201360906 07/16/1999 0419400   5093 Employees Injured In Explosion
129 000594457 10/12/1990 0419400   2399 Employees Exposed To Accidental Propane Release
130 014354005 03/24/1995 0419700   5949,7349 Two Employees Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
131 201351764 05/07/2002 0419700 X 2874 One Employee Is Killed, One Burned, In Explosion
132 014337877 07/25/1990 0419700   5912 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
133 105642.01 01/19/2018 0420100   Three Employee Are Caught In Propane Tank Explosion And Suff
134 202064028 08/29/1996 0420100 X 1795 Employee Killed When Storage Magazine Explodes
135 014346829 09/11/1990 0420600 X 4925 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia When Working On Propane Line
136 94454.015 04/01/2017 0420600 X Employee Is Killed In Fire From Propane Gas Oven
137 93836.015 03/10/2017 0420600   Employee Sustains Second And Third Burns From Fire
138 93635.015 03/23/2017 0420600   Employee Lifting Propane Bottles Is Later Hospitalized
139 201859709 05/31/2008 0452110 X 2435 One Employee Dies, One Is Burned In Propane Explosion
140 014262273 09/21/1984 0452110   3089,5984 Employees Burned By Propane Gas Fire

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