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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 200960961 04/03/1997 0352440   4493 Employee Injured After Inhaling Chemical Fumes
302 170572788 03/20/1997 0454510   2399 Employees Become Ill After Inhaling Carbon Monoxide
303 170853071 03/19/1997 0950631   1771 Employee Suffers From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
304 200050110 02/22/1997 0728900 X 1711 Employee Dies When Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
305 200020287 02/19/1997 0214200   6519 Employee Injured When Drum Explodes During Cutting
306 170570782 02/16/1997 0454510 X 2821 Two Employees Killed After Inhaling Nitrogen In Tanker
307 170614739 01/16/1997 0950623   179 Employee Suffers Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
308 170787105 01/08/1997 0950621   7349 Employee Suffers From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
309 201080256 12/26/1996 0950625   4213 Truck Driver Burned When Residual Butane Gas Ignites
310 202043626 12/17/1996 0155010   5181 Seven Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
311 201080173 12/04/1996 0950625   723 Two Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
312 170848113 11/13/1996 0950632   5411 One Employee Injured, 12 Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
313 170008239 10/22/1996 1055320 X 3721 Nine Employees Injured When Exposed To Toxic Gases
314 201260338 10/21/1996 0524200 X 3221 Burn - Toluene Explosion Caused By Static Electricity
315 200640506 10/15/1996 0627700 X 2873 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
316 171038185 10/03/1996 1055350   5148 Three Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
317 014303176 10/03/1996 0155010   4783 Seven Employees Treated For Carbon Monoxide Inhalation
318 200690063 09/28/1996 0112600 X 3471 Two Employees Die After Inhaling Hydrogen Sulfide
319 200670354 07/31/1996 0418800 X 1742 Employee Dies Of Heat Stroke Following Manual Labor
320 201480282 07/08/1996 0950622 X 1623 Employee Dies After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide

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