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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 202081527 06/29/2012 0453730 X 7699 Employee Is Killed When Acetone Catches Fire
182 202554606 06/23/2012 0950631   3463 Employee Sustains Burns When Vapors Ignite
183 200360915 05/31/2012 0453710   2011 Six Employees Hospitalized Following Ammonia Release
184 202614475 05/30/2012 1054191   5169 Chlorine Gas Leak Causes Inhalation Burns To Worker
185 34156.015 05/25/2012 0728900   Thirty-Eight Employees Sustain Respiratory Tract And Eye Irr
186 31495.015 05/17/2012 1032300 X Employee Is Overcome And Killed By Carbon Monoxide Fumes.
187 200360998 03/22/2012 0453710   2834 Employee Seriously Burned From Water Tank System
188 200381259 03/17/2012 0336000   7538 Welder Torch Ignites Fuel And Burns Mechanic
189 200813335 02/29/2012 0627510   1389 Employees Are Scaled And Burned In Explosion
190 200359966 02/18/2012 0453710 X 2011 Toxic Fumes Overcomes Employee
191 200556827 12/14/2011 0625700 X 7538 Employee Dies After Clothing Catches Fire
192 201128923 12/03/2011 0950613   7231 Polish Remover Vapor Ignites, Burns Employee
193 202561353 12/02/2011 0950411   4222 Employee Is Exposed To Anhydrous Ammonia
194 202553608 11/15/2011 0950631 X 2851 Two Employees Are Overcome By Vapors Inside Tank, One Dies
195 201495637 10/12/2011 0950625 X 761 Two Employees Are Overcome By Fumes; One Dies
196 202553483 10/12/2011 0950631   6513 Three Employees Are Injured In Natural Gas Explosion
197 201495645 10/12/2011 0950625 X 4953 Two Employees Are Overcome By Fumes; One Dies
198 200012979 10/10/2011 0729300 X 1623 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Sewer
199 202477972 10/01/2011 0950636   5541 Employee Is Burned In Explosion While Filling Propane Tank
200 03734.015 09/14/2011 0524700 X Employee Exposed To Chemical Vapors Is Asphyxiated

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