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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 171059595 07/26/2000 0854910   5093 Employee'S Foot Fractured When Struck By Piece Of Iron
102 201082641 07/12/2000 0950625   9221 Employee Burned In Bomb Squad Detonation
103 200966760 06/17/2000 0352450   3569 Employee'S Legs Burned By Naphtha Cleaner
104 201033321 06/04/2000 0950635   7542 Employee'S Forearm Burned By Chemical
105 119947364 05/15/2000 0950633   2891 Employee Burned When Splashed By Hot Chemical Mixture
106 201122967 05/05/2000 0950613   7373 Employee'S Face Burned By Molten Salt Splash
107 171110083 05/04/2000 0454510   2392 Employee'S Fingertip Lacerated In Cloth Cutter
108 201483534 04/24/2000 0950627 X 2892 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Chemical Explosion
109 201093929 04/24/2000 0950645   7389 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Commercial Sign
110 201053865 03/29/2000 0950642   3341 Employee'S Leg Burned By Molten Metal
111 201063179 02/29/2000 0950632   1799 Employee Burned When Splashed By Hot Asphalt
112 201483047 02/28/2000 0950622   1622 Employee'S Foot Lacerated By High Pressure Water Blaster
113 120240411 11/18/1999 0950631   7363 Employee Burned When Splashed With Chemicals
114 170867204 10/15/1999 0950623   3599 Employee Injured When Struck By Fragments From Grinder
115 201482411 09/02/1999 0950622   1542 Miss-Hit Nail Injures Employee'S Eye
116 201121985 07/13/1999 0950613   4512 Employee Is Burned While Working With Corrosive Liquids
117 170764047 05/04/1999 0950615   9511 Employee Becomes Ill When Exposed To Tainted Water In Trench
118 171110224 04/13/1999 0454510 X 2869 Two Employees Killed In Plant Explosion
119 200450625 02/27/1999 0418600 X 4953 Employee Burned By Caustic Substances, Later Dies
120 170622963 02/12/1999 0950621 X 7011 Employee Killed When Struck By Snowmobile

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