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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 200357176 08/25/2008 0453710   1623 Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
102 200925485 07/08/2008 0355124   1623 Employee Is Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide
103 202466462 05/08/2008 0950643   1611 Employee Fractures Pelvis In Trench Collapse
104 201072774 03/03/2008 0950632   8741 Employee Is Overcome By Exhaust Fumes
105 201490075 01/22/2008 0950625 X 5541 Sales Clerk Is Crushed When Hit By Car, Later Dies
106 202562526 12/07/2007 0950612   4941 Employee Is Sick Due To Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
107 201924321 10/04/2007 0626700 X 1731 Employee Killed By Truck While Exiting Manhole
108 201992997 08/10/2007 0950411 X 1623 Employee In Manhole Dies Of Asphyxia From Hydrogen Sulfide
109 201043304 08/05/2007 0953220   1799 Employee Working In Manhole Injured When Struck By Vehicle
110 200554939 08/02/2007 0625700 X 1623 Two Employees Die Of Asphyxia After Entering Manhole
111 200033017 06/20/2007 0521700 X 1623 Two Employees Suffocate In Manhole Accident
112 202317780 06/12/2007 0950653   4941 Employee'S Hip Is Fractured When Pinned By Form
113 200023323 05/29/2007 0214200 X 4581 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Tail Stand
114 201282696 05/16/2007 0418100 X 1541 One Employee Dies;One Is Overcome In Manhole Structure
115 202485546 05/10/2007 0950621   4812 Employee Is Struck And Injured In Manhole
116 201042942 02/02/2007 0953220 X 7011 Two Employees Killed, One Injured After Entering Manhole
117 202464400 01/03/2007 0950643   1623 Employee'S Face Is Cut By Saw
118 201042892 12/19/2006 0953220   1794 Employee Falls Into Manhole Cover And Is Injured
119 201070505 11/22/2006 0950632   1623 Employee Is Injured In Fall Into Manhole
120 201087715 10/17/2006 0950625 X 1611 Two Employees Are Killed When Struck By Pick-Up Truck

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