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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 201111697 12/16/1998 0950643   1761 Employee Burns Hand When Pouring Hot Roof Tar
122 170897821 10/27/1998 0950644   1761 Employee'S Face And Hands Burned By Hot Asphalt
123 170764781 09/24/1998 0950615   8062 Employee'S Eyes Burned When Splashed By Chemical
124 170866099 09/08/1998 0950621   1751 Employee'S Eye Lacerated When Steel Strap Snaps
125 201092129 08/25/1998 0950645   721 Employee Exposed To Pesticide
126 170764302 08/11/1998 0950615   1521 Employee'S Eye Injured By Flying Piece Of Saw Blade
127 170764559 07/07/1998 0950615   1611 Employee'S Leg Lacerated By Chain Saw
128 170618482 04/27/1998 0950621   8221 Employee'S Eye Injured When Struck By Veterinary Syringe
129 000700476 04/24/1998 0522000   2951 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns From Asphalt Emulsifier
130 170006654 12/23/1997 1055360   1781 Employee Burned And Blinded By Grout Compound
131 200000420 11/20/1997 0728500   2879 Four Employees Hospitalized After Chemical Exposure
132 170571194 11/11/1997 0454510   2869 Employee Suffers Aniline Poisoning
133 170724322 11/11/1997 0950623   175 Employee'S Eye Injured When Struck By End Of Wire Fencing
134 170785737 11/10/1997 0950622 X 9431 Employee Dies Ten Years After Exposure To Aids Virus
135 201280575 10/29/1997 0418100 X 8221 Employee Gets Monkey Feces And Urine In The Eyes
136 170391403 07/18/1997 0551800 X 3316 Two Employees Killed, One Injured In Molten Steel Spill
137 170868863 07/16/1997 0950622   2515 Employee'S Eye Injured When Struck By Flying Staple
138 201790250 07/02/1997 0950612   1761 Employee Burned When Splashed By Hot Asphalt Tar
139 170726152 06/27/1997 0950614   3331 Employee'S Toes Crushed By Welding Machine
140 201051075 06/27/1997 0950642   6512 Employee'S Toes Lacerated By High-Pressure Jet Of Water

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