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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 70054.015 11/11/2014 0352420 X Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In A Truck
2 202545976 08/08/2013 0950641   8221 Employees Are Injured In Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
3 202492583 08/10/2011 0950621   9224 Four Firefighters Are Hospitalized After Four-Alarm Blaze
4 200533974 12/12/2010 0751910 X 1522 Employee Dies When Generator Exhaust Causes Asphyxiation
5 202456232 05/11/2010 0950642 X 8661 Employee Is Killed By Exposure To Paint Stripper
6 200123073 11/11/2009 0523400   7933 Employees Sustain Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
7 201044039 12/10/2008 0953220   1771 Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide In Tunnel
8 201702651 11/17/2008 1054195   2491 Five Employees Are Poisoned By Propane-Powered Truck
9 201573359 09/27/2007 0830500 X 1522 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide And Glycolic Acid Exposure
10 202330700 10/11/2006 0352450   1541 Two Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Gas
11 202484028 09/27/2006 0950621   1771 Employee Feels Faint After Inhaling Carbon Monoxide From Saw
12 201506763 06/22/2006 0950614   7381 Employees Are Injured By Carbon Monoxide Exposure
13 200354918 08/15/2005 0453710   5311 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
14 200032480 08/15/2005 0521700   5812 Four Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
15 200354850 08/15/2005 0453710   7349 Three Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
16 200002012 07/23/2005 0728500 X 2841 Maintenance Worker Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
17 201560927 02/03/2004 0854910   4813 Three Employees Were Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
18 201407053 10/16/2003 0552651   1711 Three Employees Are Treated For Inhaling Carbon Monoxide
19 202339305 05/20/2003 0352420   2448 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
20 201096112 09/28/2002 0950645 X 161 Employee Is Killed From Carbon Monoxide Poisioning

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