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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 202573705 07/02/2009 0352410   7538 Two Employees' Faces Are Burned When Motor Oil Ignites
142 200053536 06/23/2009 0728900   211 Two Employees Are Burned In Dust Cloud Fire
143 200841815 06/03/2009 0524530 X 2045 Employee Dies After Fall Through Floor Opening
144 202489258 04/17/2009 0950621   761 Employee Receives Burns Using Cutting Torch
145 202518692 03/31/2009 0950624   139 Employees Are Burned In Tank Explosion
146 201562261 03/13/2009 0854910 X 3441 Employee Contacts Torch Flame, Is Burned, Later Dies
147 200555605 03/10/2009 0625700 X 4612 One Employee Is Killed And Injured In Explosion
148 202467858 03/03/2009 0950643   173 Employee Receives 2nd And 3rd Degree Burns From Flash Fire
149 202529343 01/15/2009 0950635   3441 Employee Is Burned While Cutting Top Off Drum
150 202568390 12/08/2008 0352450   2026 Employee Gets Burns When Cutting Kerosene Tank With Torch
151 202539789 11/14/2008 0950641   7381 Employee Is Burned When Flammable Liquid Ignites
152 200644334 11/04/2008 0627700 X 3341 Worker Killed When Army Tank Ammunition Exploded
153 202466900 11/04/2008 0950643 X 3479 Employee Dies After Drum Explosion With Flammable Residue To
154 200644326 11/03/2008 0627700 X 2421 Welder Dies In Propane Fire And Explosion
155 201702628 10/02/2008 1054195 X 5012 Employee Is Killed In Fire In Water Tank Truck
156 201272846 08/13/2008 0418300 X 3599 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Shredder
157 200758696 07/17/2008 0522500 X 5093 Employee Is Killed In Propane Explosion
158 201859709 05/31/2008 0452110 X 2435 One Employee Dies, One Is Burned In Propane Explosion
159 200758688 05/30/2008 0522500   1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Flying Object
160 201072683 05/09/2008 0950632   3441 Worker Sustains Burns When Torch Flashes Back As It Is Lit

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