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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 201033263 04/25/2000 0950635   7538 Employee Loses Eye When Struck By Lid Of Exploding Drum
242 200851608 03/22/2000 0215000 X 1793 Employee Dies Of Methylene Chloride Inhalation
243 200120400 12/13/1999 0523400   3479 Eight Employees Injured When Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
244 201330263 11/26/1999 0213600 X 1542 Employee Died Of Heart Attack
245 201482692 11/11/1999 0950622   1629 Three Employees Overcome By Sewage Liquids And Gases
246 200351211 11/09/1999 0453710 X 1799 One Killed, One Burned When Primer Vapors Explode
247 201630712 10/20/1999 1054191 X 4212,4959 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation
248 201310497 10/12/1999 0213400 X 1711 Employee Falls Through Skylight And Dies
249 200370484 07/21/1999 0454510   3541 Ten Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
250 171039001 07/01/1999 1055350   2033 Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
251 200021475 06/30/1999 0214200   1752 Employee Burned When Chemical Stripper Vapors Ignite
252 200010742 06/21/1999 0729300   2652 Twelve Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
253 200200962 06/18/1999 0418200   7389 Employees Overcome By Exposure To Sealant Fumes
254 201062593 06/08/1999 0950632   1752 Three Employees Injured When Vapors Ignited
255 200100485 05/19/1999 0522300   3069 Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Epoxy Coating
256 201200573 04/22/1999 1054114   1542 Employee Injured In Fall From Scaffolding
257 170843072 04/22/1999 0950615   1721 Employee Burned When Paint Booth Explodes
258 170843080 03/19/1999 0950615   8731 Employee Suffers From Formaldehyde Exposure
259 200962686 02/25/1999 0352420   2052 Employee Overcome By Hydrochloric Acid During Off-Loading
260 200370344 01/27/1999 0454510   5411,7349 Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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