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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 170241905 12/29/1994 1055350   175 Employee Becomes Unconscious In Oxygen-Deficient Atmosphere
2 014204721 10/10/1986 1054114 X 2421 Two Employees Die, Five Injured In Confined Space
3 170739395 04/28/1995 0950645   711 Employee Injured As Cylinder Explodes
4 201114295 03/19/2002 0950643   2082 Employee Injured After Struck By Water Hose
5 201052339 02/08/1999 0950642   3556 Employee Begins To Suffocate After Inhaling Co2 From Freezer
6 202626479 01/28/2011 0950633 X 4215 Courier Is Killed While Transporting Dry Ice In Delivery Van
7 201070638 04/05/2007 0950632 X 5812 Employee Dies In Freezer Of Asphyxiation
8 201067808 07/01/2004 0950632   5984 Employee Is Struck And Injured By Hose
9 201071172 08/03/2007 0950632 X 5812 Employee Is Killed By Suffocation In Storage Room
10 201149002 07/11/2007 0950631   2037 Several Employees Are Over Exposed To Carbon Dioxide
11 170764161 03/26/1998 0950615   5812 Four Employees Overcome By Carbon Dioxide When Valve Fails
12 170171276 01/10/1992 0950614   8322 Five Employees Suffer Chemical Exposure
13 89221.015 08/09/2016 0950411 X Employee Is Killed In Oxygen Deficient Location
14 000978577 12/03/1987 0950411   2754 Employees Hospitalized After Exposed To Carbon Dioxide
15 014456677 06/24/1988 0854910 X 3089 Employee Later Dies After Leaving Work Feeling Ill
16 000522169 07/24/1991 0830500 X 1623,1542,8713 Surveyor And Two Backhoe Operators Drown When Asphyxiated
17 014535215 09/21/1984 0830300 X 2063 Employee Overcome And Killed By Carbon Monoxide
18 000829283 10/29/1992 0751910 X 5083 Employee Killed In Oxygen Deficient Silo
19 170126627 06/12/1991 0751910   2046 Propane Tanks Explodes When Filled With Carbon Dioxide
20 200535524 01/02/2013 0751910 X 2046 Two Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Dioxide, One Is Killed

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