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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201320660 12/14/2004 0317900 X 5015 Employee Is Burned With Oxy-Acetylene Torch
82 201320553 06/11/2003 0317900   1794 Employee Injured When Tank Exploded
83 59233.015 03/12/2014 0336000 X Employee Is Killed In Oil Tank Explosion
84 200381002 09/22/2010 0336000   5093 Employee Is Severly Burned In Explosion
85 202573705 07/02/2009 0352410   7538 Two Employees' Faces Are Burned When Motor Oil Ignites
86 014198154 03/15/1985 0352410   3613 Employee'S Finger Cut When Caught In Soldering Machine
87 200962041 06/13/1998 0352410   3499 Employee Burned When Metal Drum Explodes During Cutting
88 200965820 08/02/2000 0352410   2079 Employee Scalded By Superheated Oil And Steam
89 014459119 03/22/1984 0352420   3559 Employee Bruised As Drum Explodes While Using Torch
90 014459390 11/26/1985 0352420   2879 Cutting Torch Ignited Fire In Storage Tank; Employee Burned
91 014457360 06/18/1987 0352420   7532 Employee Injured In Gasoline Tank Explosion
92 000824862 10/26/1987 0352420   5012 Employee Injured When 55 Gallon Drum Exploded
93 200960219 08/28/1996 0352420   4841 Burn - Torch Ignited Underground Natural Gas Line
94 170826622 06/24/1996 0352420   7539 Employees Temporarily Lose Hearing Following Explosion
95 014297352 10/20/1986 0352420 X 5093 55 Gallon Drum Exploded When Top Being Cut Off With Torch
96 014297634 05/08/1986 0352420   3443 Employee Sprains Thumb When 55-Gallon Drum Explodes
97 000707216 01/05/1988 0352420 X 3312 One Employee Killed, Three Injured In Drum Explosion/Fire
98 202358008 08/30/2005 0352420 X 4212 Employee Is Killed In Explosion While Cutting Tank
99 200960201 08/05/1996 0352430   1611 Employee Injured When Propane Torch Explodes
100 000879239 01/04/1990 0352430   4111 Employee Injured By Exploding Drum

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