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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 200263499 06/27/2008 0627100 X 1623 Employee Is Killed In Trench Collapse
102 200356988 05/14/2008 0453710 X 8221 Employee Is Killed By Steam
103 201381027 01/15/2008 0214500 X 3365 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressure Vessel Door
104 200514610 01/15/2008 0552700   2011 Three Employees Are Exposed To Ammonia Release
105 200775021 11/06/2007 0134000 X 4911 Three Employees Are Killed When Boiler Tube Ruptures
106 202486080 10/16/2007 0950621   8221 Employee Is Injured In Fall Down Stairs
107 170835631 08/22/2007 0950615   1541 Employee Sustains Fractures And Ruptures Spleen In Fall
108 202485132 05/23/2007 0950621   5072 Employee Fractures Ribs In Fall From Truck
109 201071016 05/15/2007 0950632   7363 Employee Is Injured When Caught Between Rack And Forklift
110 200002442 05/09/2007 0728500 X 4911 Employees Are Killed And Injured In Steam Line Rupture
111 202078093 04/16/2007 0453730   1796 Three Employees Sustain Minor Injuries In Mylar Dome Rupture
112 202453346 03/19/2007 0950642   1791 Employee Injured In Fall From Steel Beam
113 200651230 03/15/2007 0521100 X 7699 Employee Killed And Another Injured In Air Bladder Explosion
114 201168390 01/18/2007 0950641   1711 Employee Is Scalded By Hot Water
115 201407822 12/19/2006 0552651 X 1623 Employee Killed In Explosion Of Natural Gas Pipeline
116 201109220 11/20/2006 0950624   4931 Employee Is Injured When Hose Breaks
117 200643658 11/17/2006 0627700 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Hose
118 200676401 11/15/2006 0418800   2092 Employee Is Burned When Evaporator Tank Ruptures
119 201344223 10/31/2006 0729700 X 2013 Ammonia Line Rupture Kills One Worker, Injuring Two
120 201168416 10/23/2006 0950641   782 Employee'S Eye Struck By Flying Object

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