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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 201149002 07/11/2007 0950631   2037 Several Employees Are Over Exposed To Carbon Dioxide
22 200758464 06/18/2007 0522500   4899 Employees Become Ill Inside Building
23 201070638 04/05/2007 0950632 X 5812 Employee Dies In Freezer Of Asphyxiation
24 202345211 01/08/2005 0420600 X 5169,5812 Two Employees Die Due To Asphyxia In Toxic Environment
25 201522208 07/23/2004 0111500   1795 Employee Is Burned When He Cuts Into Petroleum Tank
26 201067808 07/01/2004 0950632   5984 Employee Is Struck And Injured By Hose
27 200712016 08/14/2003 0636900 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Explosion
28 200122471 08/14/2003 0523400 X 1623 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation In Manhole
29 200811198 09/19/2002 0627400 X 2813 Employee Killed When Chemical Tank Explose
30 201114295 03/19/2002 0950643   2082 Employee Injured After Struck By Water Hose
31 200771475 01/16/2002 0134000   2013 Employee Overexposed To Carbon Dioxide Due To A Clogged Vent
32 200100873 09/01/2000 0522300 X 8711 Two Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Manhole
33 200851681 07/27/2000 0215000 X 6091 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia From Carbon Dioxide
34 201951902 07/18/2000 0522000   1794 Two Employees Burned From Methane Gas Ignition
35 200600823 05/12/2000 0625400 X 1389 Employee Killed When Struck By Flying T-Joint At Oil Well
36 201361094 03/09/2000 0419400 X 5093 Employee Killed In Carbon Dioxide Tank Explosion
37 200460459 06/12/1999 0111400 X 1711 Employee Dies Of Hypoxia While Repairing Freezer
38 201760840 04/23/1999 0626600 X 5169 One Employee Killed, Two Injured By Carbon Dioxide Release
39 201052339 02/08/1999 0950642   3556 Employee Begins To Suffocate After Inhaling Co2 From Freezer
40 200830107 02/03/1999 0215600 X 8062 Employee Killed By Overexposure To Carbon Dioxide In Cooler

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