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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 202087516 05/25/2006 0524700   1799 Employee Is Scalded Discharging Sludge From Truck
22 201924032 08/30/2006 0626700 X 1389 Employee Is Killed Whe Struck By Frac Tank Part
23 202366340 09/18/2006 1055320 X 4212 Employee Is Killed In Three Vehicle Traffic Collision
24 202598488 08/05/2009 0950633   4911 Employee Is Burned By Hot Brine
25 200103810 02/16/2011 0522300 X 8999 Employee Is Caught Between Tank And Door, Later Dies
26 202508172 03/15/2011 0950622   2869 Two Employees Burn Faces And Hands Charging A Kettle
27 42461.015 03/14/2013 0830300 X Employee Is Caught In Vacuum Truck Agitator And Is Killed
28 200981306 05/15/2013 0855610 X 1389 Employee Struck By Lifting Blocks Of Servicing Rig
29 202615001 07/08/2013 1054111 X 1794 Employee Is Killed When He Loses Control Of His Vehicle
30 202675872 09/24/2013 0950621   4613 Employee Suffers Fracture When Caught Between Tank And Hatch
31 53546.015 10/22/2013 0317500 X Employee Is Caught Between Door And Tank And Is Killed
32 202316923 11/30/2013 0253650 X 9221 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Truck
33 68344.015 09/27/2014 0950643 X Employee Is Run Over By Vacuum Truck And Is Killed
34 94470.015 03/27/2017 0523400   Employee Is Reassembling Machinery And Amputates Fingertip
35 96185.015 06/05/2017 0317500   Employee Is Injured In Vacuum Pump Explosion
36 100373.01 07/11/2017 0950615   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Caught In A Point Of
37 100019.01 09/19/2017 0751910   Employee Sustains Multiple Finger Injuries When Caught By Bl
38 101001.01 11/16/2017 0830500 X Two Employees Sustained Burns In Flash Fire And Later Dies
39 101809.01 12/20/2017 0950631   Employee'S Arm Is Caught In Hose Of Vacuum Truck; Suffers Mu
40 108815.01 06/18/2018 0751910   Employee Partially Amputates Finger On Fan

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