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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
321 200753069 07/08/1996 0522500   5984 Burn - Lp Gas Explosion Caused By Static Electricity
322 202074142 07/07/1996 0453730   2284,1711 Two Employees Overcome By Toluene Vapors
323 014532931 06/21/1996 1032100   2092,4491 Six Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide In Ship'S Hold
324 014373062 06/17/1996 0523310   3537 Three Employees Injured In Tank Explosion
325 200900058 06/14/1996 0418400   1541 Three Employees Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide Exposure
326 200900389 06/14/1996 0418400   2075 Employees Injured By Carbon Monoxide Exposure
327 170571947 06/12/1996 0454510   5211 Six Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
328 360967749 06/10/1996 0521100   1796,3312 Five Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
329 170716880 06/10/1996 0950625   9223 Employees Exposed To Elevated Levels Of Natural Gas
330 201350055 05/31/1996 0419700   1771 Three Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
331 170662464 05/30/1996 0522500 X 4923 Two Employees Killed When Overcome By Natural Gas
332 202064010 05/08/1996 0420100 X 3731 Employee Overcome By Carbon Monoxide And Drowns
333 000839993 04/04/1996 0521400   3822 Ten Employees Ill After Inhalation Of Toxic Fumes
334 014355846 03/16/1996 0521700 X 6022 Employee Repairing Car Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
335 014280267 02/26/1996 0112000   3465 Three Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Vapors
336 170826069 02/21/1996 0352420   5411 Employee Becomes Ill After Inhaling Exhaust Fumes
337 014320170 02/20/1996 0316700   1771 Employees Using Gas-Powered Trowel Suffer Co Poisoning
338 014373328 02/19/1996 0523310 X 7538 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
339 200850030 02/15/1996 0215000 X 4931 Employee Died Of Asphyxia From Carbon Dioxide
340 202085064 01/23/1996 0524700   2052 Three Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Vapors

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