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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
661 014212294 01/29/1986 0521700   3429 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide And Smoke
662 001001015 01/27/1986 0751910   2026 Employees Inhaled Leaking Ammonia Fumes
663 001003417 01/24/1986 0253650   4785 Employees Exposed To Exhaust Fumes; Became Ill
664 014249965 01/21/1986 0453710   1711,1731,1541 Employees Became Ill From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
665 014200315 01/07/1986 0352450   3586 Employee Ill From Paint Booth Exposure
666 014300685 01/07/1986 0951510 X 1796 Asphyxiated By Cleaning Solvent Vapors In Elevator Pit
667 014253215 12/17/1985 0453710   2891 Welder Ignited Flammable Vapors; Employee Burned
668 014455794 12/17/1985 0854910   3679 Employee'S Lungs Irritated By Copper Chloride Fumes
669 014454581 12/15/1985 0751910 X 4953 Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
670 000672774 12/05/1985 0751910 X 4911 Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
671 014464259 11/20/1985 0551800   3999 Carbon Monoxide Poisoning From Defective Fork Trucks
672 014214993 11/13/1985 0454510   2273 Employees Exposed To Glue Fumes; Suffered Breathing Distress
673 014235576 11/11/1985 0552700   3599 Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
674 014454540 10/04/1985 0751910   7331 Co Exposure From Malfunctioning Propane Motor
675 014506612 10/03/1985 0830500   3674 Employees Exposed To Phosphine Gas
676 014386031 09/18/1985 0521700   4213 Thirteen Employees Inhale Creosote Vapors; Two Hospitalized
677 014214647 09/05/1985 0454721 X 6513 Asphyxia From Freon 22 (Chlorodifluoromethane)
678 000737478 09/04/1985 0452110   2325 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Forklift Trucks
679 014538904 08/24/1985 0452110 X 4952 Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide In Sludge Chamber
680 014448005 08/13/1985 0552700   5411,1731,1741 Employees Inhaled Carbon Monoxide From Gas Masonry Saw

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