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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 200263135 01/29/2007 0627100 X 4213 Worker Dies After Receiving Burns Over 60 Percent Of Body
182 101129377 01/29/2007 0950613   4911 Welder Burns Face With Welding Torch
183 202473641 01/15/2007 0950636   2299 Employee'S Face Is Burned By Hot Glue
184 200012524 12/18/2006 0729300 X 1795 Employee Is Killed When Decking Collapses
185 202453262 10/19/2006 0950642   4213 Employee Is Injured When He Falls From A Ladder
186 200041184 10/04/2006 0653510 X 1389 Employee Is Killed While Working On Well Head
187 202463899 10/03/2006 0950643   214 Employee Is Burned While Using Torch Near Gas Tank
188 202484739 09/15/2006 0950621   1623 Employee Is Burned By Can Of Lubricant That Was Ignited
189 200571032 07/28/2006 0316700 X 7513 Employee Is Killed When Drum Explodes
190 202358917 07/26/2006 0352450   3444 Employee Suffers Burns Torch Cutting Tops Of Drums
191 200980738 07/08/2006 0855610 X 7699 Employee Is Killed While Using Cutting Torch
192 200231801 07/07/2006 1032500 X 2899 Employee Using Torch On Tank Is Killed In Explosion
193 201702131 05/29/2006 1054195   2436 Two Employees Are Treated For Respiratory Distress
194 200072908 05/23/2006 0453720 X 3086 Employee Dies From Burns After Acetone Fumes Ignite
195 202358891 05/06/2006 0352450   1795 Employee Sustains Fractures And Burns In Collapse Of Kiln
196 201087475 04/20/2006 0950625 X 1794 Employee Is Killed When Tire Explodes
197 201762572 04/20/2006 0626600 X 3499 Employee Is Killed When Tank Trailer Explodes
198 200554384 04/18/2006 0625700   3731 Six Employees Are Injured In Explosion Of Gas In Barge
199 200554228 03/20/2006 0625700 X 5093 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Wall
200 201203122 03/14/2006 1054114   4952 Employee Is Burned While Using Oxyacetylene Torch

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