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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 200801330 06/17/2005 0523300 X 1794 Two Employees Die From Asphyxia In Confined Space
142 200712529 05/13/2005 0636900 X 1623 Two Employees Asphyxiated By Methane Gas In Manhole Contamin
143 202357513 02/02/2005 0352440   1799 Employee Sustains Damage To Eyes When Gas Explodes
144 200783405 12/15/2004 0626300 X 1623 Employee Is Buried And Asphyxiated In A Trench Collapse
145 200072320 11/16/2004 0453720 X 1623 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Precast Concrete Manhole
146 201182409 10/15/2004 0950611   1711 Two Employees Injured In Methane Explosion
147 201487089 10/15/2004 0950622   1731 Employee Strains His Back Which Leads To Pneumonia
148 200773901 10/14/2004 0134000 X 7699 Employee Drowns In Sewer
149 202440038 10/12/2004 0950633 X 1611 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Paving Machine
150 200072338 10/11/2004 0453720   1623 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Section Of Manhole
151 170840920 09/15/2004 0950615   1623 Employee Fractures Pelvis In Trench Cave-In
152 200623221 09/15/2004 0454711 X 1542 Two Employees Die From Asphyxia In Manhole
153 201561149 08/13/2004 0854910 X 1794 Employee Killed Emerging From Manhole
154 200001873 08/04/2004 0728500 X 1623 Employee Is Killed Due To Asphyxia
155 200741650 07/14/2004 0213100 X 1629 Employee Dies After Being Asphyxiated In Storm Drain Manhole
156 202004503 07/09/2004 0317000 X 1623 Two Employees Are Killed From Oxygen Deficiency
157 200901452 07/01/2004 0418400 X 1623 Employee Is Killed When Exposed To Hazardous Atmosphere
158 201058526 06/28/2004 0950642   8721 Employee'S Toe Is Injured By Falling Manhole Cover
159 201175718 06/10/2004 0950621   9631 Employee Amputates Finger
160 201118171 05/27/2004 0950643   1623 Employee Injures When Cone Falls

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