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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 308523984 08/02/2006 0253670   9224 Fire Fighters Are Injured In Explosion
182 200355170 07/27/2006 0453710   5171 Employee Is Burned By Liquid Propane
183 200231785 06/29/2006 1032500 X 7011 Two Employees Are Killed In Fire In Shipping Container
184 200202794 06/27/2006 0418200 X 7011 Employee Is Killed In Gas Explosion
185 201320868 05/27/2006 0317900   5812 Three Employees Are Burned By Propane Ignition
186 200271559 03/24/2006 0524500   213,5999 Three Employees Sustain Burns In Propane Explosion
187 201702057 03/09/2006 1054115   4971 Employee Is Burned While Burning Weeds
188 200823243 02/28/2006 0521400   4225 Employees Are Over Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
189 200041044 01/20/2006 0653510   1389 Three Employees Burned In Propane Explosion
190 200612117 01/10/2006 0111700   1799 Employee Sustains Burns When Sealant Spills On Heater
191 201167616 01/09/2006 0950641 X 2851 One Employee Dies, Two Are Injured In Paint Factory Fire
192 202087375 12/02/2005 0524700   3443 Two Employees Are Injured When Propane Gas Ignites
193 200571008 11/10/2005 0316700 X 3469 Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
194 201106952 10/05/2005 0950624   1799 Employee Is Burned When Tourch Ignites Flammables
195 201954294 09/18/2005 0522000 X 4613 Employee Is Killed In Explosion Of Petroleum Gas
196 201069416 08/20/2005 0950632   5963 Employee Burned In Fire
197 200675445 08/18/2005 0418800 X 4922 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Propane Loading Arm
198 201107224 08/01/2005 0950624   5984 Employee Burned When Propane Water Heater Explodes
199 200611960 07/27/2005 0111700   5984 Employee Is Burned When Propane Tank Caught On Fire
200 201991825 07/06/2005 0950411 X 1522 One Killed And Three Suffer Third-Degree Burns In Explosion

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