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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 100624675 12/11/2007 0454724   5148 Ten Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
182 170122048 05/08/1991 0454734 X 9311 Employee Killed During Natural Gas Explosion
183 102170.01 01/09/2018 0521100   Employee Was Exposed To High Levels Of Carbon Monoxide
184 200650752 09/10/2002 0521100   2621 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Flying Propane Tank
185 109672.01 09/28/2018 0521100   Employee Sustains Second And Third Degree Burns When Caught
186 014513758 11/17/1987 0521100   3469 Seven Employees Over Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
187 200650760 09/10/2002 0521100   2911 Employee Is Burned When Propane Tank Ignites
188 200823243 02/28/2006 0521400   4225 Employees Are Over Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
189 000841023 03/14/1990 0521400 X 1623 One Employee Killed Another Critically Injured In Explosion
190 200821882 01/27/2003 0521400 X 5172 Employee Suffers Asphyxiation While Delivering Propane
191 110196.01 10/01/2018 0521400   Employee Severely Burns Hands And Face When Caught In Propan
192 200820207 11/12/1998 0521400   8734 Employee Present When Propane Cylinders Explode
193 200822146 08/21/2003 0521400   1611 Employee Is Burned When Leaking Propane Tank Ignites
194 014212245 10/11/1985 0521700   2392 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Industrial Trucks
195 110901.01 11/11/2018 0521700   Employee Is Injured In Tank Demolition Fire
196 000724336 08/01/1994 0521700 X 1761 Employee Asphyxiated In Tank During Fire
197 000700153 12/26/1994 0522000 X 5984 Employee Burned To Death In Propane Fire/Explosion
198 000837906 08/06/2001 0522000   1711,1542 Seven Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
199 201954294 09/18/2005 0522000 X 4613 Employee Is Killed In Explosion Of Petroleum Gas
200 201953486 05/09/2003 0522000   8734 Employee Is Burned From Cylinder Explosion

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