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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 000668319 11/28/1990 0112600   1794 Employee Burned When Propane Ignites
162 000828053 12/07/1990 0751910   2011 Ten Employees Hospitalized For Exposure To Ammonia
163 000885012 12/18/1990 0953220   7699 Employee Injured When Struck By Forklift
164 000889469 12/19/1990 0352430   1799 Employee Injured In Tank Explosion
165 001002641 12/31/1990 0253620   8211 Employee Dies From Burns From Gasket Failure On Boiler
166 000955146 01/02/1991 0355112 X 7534 Employee Killed When Struck By Ruptured Tire
167 014385603 01/19/1991 0523310 X 4213 Employee Killed As The Side Wall Of A Truck Tire Ruptures
168 170152326 02/15/1991 0950645   4911 Employee Burned By Hot Water From Ruptured Pipe
169 000739367 02/18/1991 0452110   2911 Employees Burned In Oil Tank Fire
170 000740886 02/26/1991 0950624   4213 Employee Burned When Splashed By Ammonia Hydroxide
171 170189658 04/03/1991 0950642   2295 Employee'S Neck Burned When Steam Explodes From Laminator
172 000828087 04/08/1991 0751910   2834 Employee Burned By Splashing Sulfuric Acid
173 170190490 05/06/1991 0950634   3341 Forklift Operator Burned When Hydraulic Hose Ruptured
174 000784264 05/07/1991 0452110   2822 Employees Suffer High Blood Pressure After Chemical Exposure
175 014398697 05/09/1991 0626600   1799,1629,2869 Four Employees Suffer Thermal Burns From Molten Sulfur
176 170170831 05/12/1991 0950615   2421 Employee'S Thumb Injured When Sprayed By Hydraulic Fluid
177 000930602 06/03/1991 0830500 X 1311 Employee Killed When Struck By Pipe
178 170168470 07/16/1991 0950623   1791 Employee Injured In Fall To Ground With Tower Section
179 170184436 07/26/1991 0950641   1521 Employee Injured When Pinned Under Overturned Forklift
180 000604595 08/07/1991 0418600 X 2411 Employee Killed By Falling Log When Hydraulic Boom Collapses

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