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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 118496.01 07/31/2019 0523400 X Employee Suffers Asthma Attack And Is Killed From Respirator
2 115438.01 04/12/2019 0420600 X Employee Succumbs To Heat Stroke And Dies
3 118089.01 03/07/2019 0111400 X Employee Is Killed When Sprayed With Pressurized Hot Water
4 113977.01 02/23/2019 0452110 X Employee Dies From Cardiac Arrest
5 113656.01 01/11/2019 0452110 X Employee Dies From Cardio-Vascular And Respiratory System Fa
6 111832.01 12/13/2018 0336000 X Employee Contacts Overhead Power Line And Is Killed
7 113349.01 08/15/2018 0214700 X Employee Falls Through Skylight And Is Killed
8 108137.01 08/01/2018 0352420 X Employee Inhales An Unknown Airborne Substance, Later Dies
9 107291.01 07/12/2018 0552652 X Employee Dies While Performing Abrasive Blasting
10 107035.01 06/01/2018 0213400   Employee Faints While Handling Scented Candles And Is Hospit
11 106270.01 06/01/2018 0950631   Employee Over Exerts Himself While Working Out With A Person
12 106072.01 05/26/2018 0419700 X Employee Dies From Non-Work Related Medical Condition
13 105949.01 05/26/2018 0213100 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By The Bucket Of A Front End
14 112333.01 05/10/2018 0355124 X Employee'S Asthma Is Triggered By Working Conditions And Lat
15 104720.01 04/14/2018 0316700   Employee Breathes In Chemical Vapors While Refilling Sodium
16 106183.01 04/10/2018 0355111 X Employee Suffered Respiratory Distress And Later Dies At The
17 103725.01 04/02/2018 0522300 X Employee Dies From Respiratory Failure
18 110329.01 03/31/2018 0950632   Employee Is Pinned Between Loading Dock And Truck And Is Hos
19 104473.01 03/15/2018 0552652 X Employee Falls And Fractures Leg, And Dies At Home From Cont
20 107639.01 02/21/2018 0950641   Employee'S Lungs Are Burned In Electrical Explosion

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