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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 000842666 05/12/1992 0522500 X 241 Employee Killed In Wellhead Fire And Explosion
202 170165740 06/10/1992 0950631 X 1623 Employee Drowned When Trapped In Flooded Pipe
203 170234868 06/14/1992 1055350   175 Employee Injured When Run Over By Tractor
204 170683791 07/03/1992 0854910   2951 Employee Suffers Hot Oil Burns When A Flexible Line Ruptures
205 014395982 07/28/1992 0625700   1795,2873 Employees Injured In Rupture Of Urea Synthesis Autoclave
206 170023451 07/29/1992 0213400   4953 Employee Injured By Flying Rim
207 000763987 08/05/1992 0454721   5032 Employees Burned When Acid Line Burst
208 170206155 08/17/1992 0950615   1761 Employee Injured In Fall From Roof Into Picket Fence
209 170720809 09/01/1992 0950614   8244 Employee'S Disc Ruptured In Fall On Linoleum Tile
210 000723635 09/08/1992 0521700   2013 Employees Overcome During Ammonia Leak
211 000607648 10/09/1992 0418100 X 1771 Employee Killed When He Deactivates Bobcat Safety Device
212 170718100 10/23/1992 0950615   1521 Employee Ruptures Spleen In Fall From Scaffold Ladder
213 000880088 10/23/1992 0830300   4221 Employee Hospitalized When Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia
214 000879965 10/27/1992 0830300 X 1771 Employee Dies After Being Burned Over 75 Percent Of Body
215 170716104 11/03/1992 0950621   7534 Employee'S Ribs Fractured By Sudden Air Pressure
216 000645457 11/10/1992 0215000 X 4911 High-Pressure Steam Pipe Ruptured
217 170608772 11/24/1992 0950624   2077 Employees Burned By Steam And Scalding Feathers
218 170703649 12/02/1992 0950626   5511 Employee Injured When Overinflated Tire Explodes
219 000566075 01/11/1993 0636900   1611 Employee Burned By Flammable Vapors
220 014209761 01/21/1993 1054115   2431 Employees Injured In Fall Through Skylights

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