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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 201023991 12/15/2011 0950615   5169 Worker Handling Sulfuric Acid Falls And Receives Burns
162 202126769 10/28/2011 0627500   1381 Employees Are Injured When Pump Casing Fails
163 202471058 10/25/2011 0950643   2844 Employee Get Finger Amputated
164 202422333 10/12/2011 0950652   2951 Employee Suffers Burns From Hot Asphalt
165 202477972 10/01/2011 0950636   5541 Employee Is Burned In Explosion While Filling Propane Tank
166 202317970 09/26/2011 0950653   1442 Employee Is Burned In Flash Fire
167 202521571 09/23/2011 0950624   5411 Employee Suffers A Finger Tip Amputation
168 201023538 09/15/2011 0950615   2099 Employee Catches Thumb In Valve And Amputates Thumb Tip
169 201345782 08/02/2011 0729700 X 5984 Employee Is Killed In Propane Fire; Another Is Injured
170 201495298 07/06/2011 0950625   4922 Employee Faints Due To Medical Condition
171 201495736 06/28/2011 0950625   2033 Employee Crushes Fingertip In Valve Stem
172 200264216 06/27/2011 0627100   2015 Employee Mixes Chemicals, Causing Facility Evacuation
173 201763885 06/26/2011 0626600 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Gas Line Ball Valve Fails
174 201392339 05/11/2011 0552652 X 3599 Employee Dies When Sleeve Entangles With Lathe Machine
175 202521688 03/10/2011 0950624   241 Employee'S Finger Is Injured When Caught By Valve
176 202530531 01/13/2011 0950635   4212 Employee Sustains Chemical Burns While Flushing Pipe
177 201494762 12/13/2010 0950625   7213 Employee Injurs Finger In Valve Accident
178 200533990 12/11/2010 0751910   1731 Employee Is Injured When Scissor Lift Does Not Lower
179 200542066 12/09/2010 0317500 X 1311 One Employee Is Killed And One Is Injured In Explosion
180 201494796 11/02/2010 0950625   7361 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated When Caught In Machine

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