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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
261 120184916 08/26/1996 0950622   2911 Employee Burned By Water When Hose Ruptured
262 000638825 08/24/1996 0213600   3291 Employees Seriously Burned During Furnace Explosion
263 202287512 06/15/1996 0420600 X 1542 Employee Killed When Aerial Lift Overturns
264 200670255 06/04/1996 0418800 X 3471 Employee Burned By Sodium Hydroxide, Later Dies
265 200040012 05/02/1996 0653510 X 1311 Employee Killed When Glycol Dehydrator Ruptures
266 170847438 04/26/1996 0950633   1611 Two Employees Burned By Hot Oil
267 200650034 04/22/1996 0521100 X 2621,1541 Two Employees Die Of Burns From Steam And Hot Water
268 000688986 04/14/1996 0522300 X 3312 Employee Killed By Fireball From Ruptured Propane Tank
269 170390249 03/27/1996 0551800 X 3325 Three Employees Killed And 12 Injured In Explosion
270 170833636 03/24/1996 0352440   3999 Employee Burned In Heat Tank Explosion
271 000846246 03/19/1996 0521100 X 1731 Employee Killed In Presumed Fall From Ladder
272 014509418 03/11/1996 0316300 X 3731 Employee Dies Eight Days After Burned In Fire
273 171054075 03/07/1996 0854910 X 1623 Employee Drowns When Pipe Ruptures After Trench Cave-In
274 201760113 02/08/1996 0626600   1799 Four Employees Burned When Splashed By Hot Water
275 014495113 01/31/1996 0627700 X 1311 Employee Killed By Ruptured Pressure Vessel
276 170383137 01/29/1996 0950632   8221 Employee Ruptures Disc By Swinging Sledgehammer
277 170028260 01/12/1996 0627400 X 1731,1389,1321 Employee Killed In Fire Following Pipeline Rupture
278 170570071 12/19/1995 0454510   2015 Employees Exposed To Ammonia Gas When End-Cap Ruptures
279 171016058 12/19/1995 0855610 X 4911 Burn - Pipe And Fan Failure
280 170111215 12/11/1995 0111400   1794 Employee'S Bulldozer Ruptures Gas Transmission Line

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