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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 000605584 06/11/1986 0418100   5169,2842 Solvent Spilled On Employee; Received Chemical Burns
62 014565907 06/16/1986 0950411   1731 Employee Burned After Ruptured Gas Line Ignites
63 014494306 06/16/1986 0627400 X 2911,1611 Grader Operator Ruptured Gas Line; Died In Ensuing Fire
64 014256853 07/15/1986 0453710   5989 Employee Exposed To Ammonia From Ruptured Pipeline
65 014210124 08/07/1986 0352450   2812 Employees Exposed To Leaking Chlorine Gas
66 000736645 08/07/1986 0452110   2819 Jumped Into Hot Catalyst, Causing Burns And Fractures
67 014317598 08/18/1986 0317020   2899 Employees Suffered Minor Chemical Burns After Reactor Burst
68 014379622 08/22/1986 0522000 X 783 Employee Killed In Fall From Tree Being Cut
69 014541643 09/08/1986 0418100   2621 Employee Exposed To Hydrogen Sulfide; Injured In Fall
70 001001759 10/31/1986 0751910 X 5153 Employee Killed When Buried In Grain
71 014224489 11/11/1986 0355115 X 2823 Vacuum Vessel Imploded, Killing Employee
72 000689943 11/28/1986 0552700 X 2046 Tank Ruptured, Killing Employee On Top
73 014516298 12/01/1986 0420600 X 2037 Employee Suffered Steam Burns On Leg; Later Died
74 014332985 12/05/1986 0418100 X 5051 Crushed Between Two Flatbed Trailers
75 000692475 12/09/1986 0355112 X 1799,1629,4911 Burn - Rupture Of Superheated Steam Pipe
76 014532071 12/10/1986 1032100 X 5172 Employee Asphyxiated In Tank; Exit Prevented By Steam Line
77 014347546 01/09/1987 0418300 X 2421 Employee Killed By Pressurized Steam From Ruptured Line
78 014212583 01/14/1987 0627100 X 2015 Fiberglass Hot Water Tank Ruptures Killing One Employee
79 014443576 02/09/1987 0355117   3321 Employees Burned By Flying Molten Metal In A Foundry
80 014386734 03/05/1987 0521700 X 4931 Employee Dies Of Cerebral Herniation Due To Hypertension

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