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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 170672950 04/23/1995 0452110   5812 Employee Gets Second-Degree Burns From Ruptured Water Hose
142 000736876 08/15/1991 0452110 X 2869 Employee Dies After Exposure To Hydrofluoric Acid
143 000736645 08/07/1986 0452110   2819 Jumped Into Hot Catalyst, Causing Burns And Fractures
144 014539035 06/14/1984 0452110   1794,1629 Bulldozer Operator Burned; Sprayed With Hot Hydraulic Oil
145 201851979 02/25/2000 0452110   3354 Employee Is Burned Fighting Fire
146 014252597 06/21/1988 0453710   4953 Formaldehyde Spilled When Railroad Tanker Derails
147 000809350 05/17/1988 0453710 X 2611 One Employee Killed, Others Injured By Tank Rupture
148 200358174 08/20/2009 0453710   5084 Compressed Gas Cylinder Ruptures, Amputates Worker'S Legs
149 170121461 05/12/1993 0453710   1623 Employee Suffers Multiple Injuries During Trench Cave-In
150 014339667 02/23/1985 0453710   1541 Explosion Of Vapors In Melting Kettle
151 200350510 11/10/1997 0453710 X 1761 Employee Dies Of Ruptured Aneurysm
152 014339295 10/08/1984 0453710   2631 Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas From Ruptured Line
153 014256853 07/15/1986 0453710   5989 Employee Exposed To Ammonia From Ruptured Pipeline
154 014249916 12/05/1985 0453710   2611 Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas From Pipe Leak
155 001000066 08/08/1988 0453710   9199 Employee'S Eyes And Face Exposed To Caustic Soda Solution
156 000944389 08/31/1988 0453710 X 2511 Employee Killed When Struck In Chest By Board
157 170072847 09/09/1994 0453710   213 Employee Injured As Fuel Tank Ruptures
158 200356988 05/14/2008 0453710 X 8221 Employee Is Killed By Steam
159 014252340 08/19/1985 0453710   2631 Employees Exposed To Chlorine Vapors
160 200357465 11/23/2008 0453710   5812 Employee Is Burned By Hot Cooking Oil

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