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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 201573359 09/27/2007 0830500 X 1522 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide And Glycolic Acid Exposure
122 202502555 09/20/2007 0352450   1799 Employee Sickened By Exhaust From Gasoline-Powered Engine
123 202288544 08/28/2007 0950411   7389 Two Employees Burned When Paint Fumes Ignite
124 200801926 08/23/2007 0523300   4231 Employee Is Poisoned When Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
125 200925717 08/09/2007 0355123 X 1721 Employee Dies While Spray-Painting Apartment Interiors
126 200902088 06/12/2007 0418400   1542 Two Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Fumes
127 200514420 05/28/2007 0552700 X 7999 Employee Is Asphyxiated By Carbon Monoxide
128 200032944 05/04/2007 0521700   3369 Employee Is Injured When Exposed To Acid
129 200801728 02/07/2007 0523300 X 3269 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Ladder
130 202495495 01/29/2007 0950612   1799 Worker Is Injured In Fall Ito Floor Of Ventilation Shaft
131 202445417 12/13/2006 0950633 X 3713 Employee Dies From Chemical Intoxication
132 202087854 11/30/2006 0524700   5093 Three Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
133 200612471 11/28/2006 0111700 X 1742 Employee Killed By Carbon Monoxide From Generator
134 202360293 11/18/2006 0352450 X 1799 Employee Is Killed By Methylene Chloride
135 202461802 11/14/2006 0420600 X 3732 Employee Is Killed Due To Asphyxia
136 202330700 10/11/2006 0352450   1541 Two Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Gas
137 201923935 09/29/2006 0626700 X 1799 Employee Dies After Apparent Inhalation Exposure
138 202004834 09/08/2006 0317000   5144 Six Employees Treated For Carbon Monoxide Exposure
139 202148995 06/17/2006 0253640 X 9224 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Roof Hole Onto Live Wires
140 201506995 06/05/2006 0950614   5065 Two Employees Sustain Chemical Burns From Explosion

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