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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 014201560 04/25/1989 0352410   3499 Employee Suffers Flash Burns
22 014504146 05/25/1989 0729700   8011,7389 Some Employees Experience Symptoms Of Poor Ventilation
23 014463152 08/25/1989 0419000 X 4492,3599,3731 Seven Employees Inhale Carbon Dioxide- Fire Extinguisher
24 014493332 12/15/1989 0627400 X 5169 Employee Dies When Struck By Carbon Dioxide Liquid
25 014232300 06/18/1990 0316400 X 3353 Employees Die From Carbon Dioxide Spill
26 000804310 04/03/1991 0257230   4911 Employees Injured During Accidental Carbon Dioxide Release
27 170126627 06/12/1991 0751910   2046 Propane Tanks Explodes When Filled With Carbon Dioxide
28 000522169 07/24/1991 0830500 X 1623,1542,8713 Surveyor And Two Backhoe Operators Drown When Asphyxiated
29 000602565 09/26/1991 0418300 X 1711,1731,1541 Employee Killed, Others Exposed To Co2 During Fire
30 170171276 01/10/1992 0950614   8322 Five Employees Suffer Chemical Exposure
31 000829283 10/29/1992 0751910 X 5083 Employee Killed In Oxygen Deficient Silo
32 000912576 10/30/1992 0552621 X 4221 Employee Dies After Entering Oxygen-Deficient Room
33 014494892 12/11/1992 0627700 X 7996 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
34 014508865 03/03/1993 0316300 X 9621,3731 Two Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Fire Extinguisher Discharge
35 000946061 03/30/1993 0453710   2015 Employees Become Ill After Possible Exposure To Co2
36 014372163 04/12/1993 0523300 X 2082 Employee Killed When Tank Explodes
37 170789051 12/03/1994 0728500 X 2041 Employee Killed When Asphyxiated By Carbon Dioxide Release
38 170241905 12/29/1994 1055350   175 Employee Becomes Unconscious In Oxygen-Deficient Atmosphere
39 170739395 04/28/1995 0950645   711 Employee Injured As Cylinder Explodes
40 000699629 09/26/1995 0522000 X 4213 Employee Killed By Leaking Carbon Dioxide

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