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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 170243463 11/26/1994 1055340   2091 Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
2 201702651 11/17/2008 1054195   2491 Five Employees Are Poisoned By Propane-Powered Truck
3 000787408 01/05/1990 1054194   5211 Six Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
4 000786301 10/01/1991 1054191   5411 Eight Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
5 201044039 12/10/2008 0953220   1771 Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide In Tunnel
6 014300560 01/22/1988 0951510 X 7011 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
7 201096112 09/28/2002 0950645 X 161 Employee Is Killed From Carbon Monoxide Poisioning
8 202456232 05/11/2010 0950642 X 8661 Employee Is Killed By Exposure To Paint Stripper
9 120637.01 10/09/2019 0950641 X Employee Dies From Pre-Existing Health Condition
10 202545976 08/08/2013 0950641   8221 Employees Are Injured In Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
11 170356893 08/24/1994 0950633   723 Five Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
12 170356216 07/20/1995 0950633   174 Employee Ill After Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
13 170848113 11/13/1996 0950632   5411 One Employee Injured, 12 Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
14 201064136 07/02/2001 0950632   6061 Eight Employees Are Ill After Carbon Monoxide Exposure
15 170853071 03/19/1997 0950631   1771 Employee Suffers From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
16 201080173 12/04/1996 0950625   723 Two Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
17 170720262 12/02/1992 0950624   5181 Four Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
18 201480282 07/08/1996 0950622 X 1623 Employee Dies After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
19 202484028 09/27/2006 0950621   1771 Employee Feels Faint After Inhaling Carbon Monoxide From Saw
20 202492583 08/10/2011 0950621   9224 Four Firefighters Are Hospitalized After Four-Alarm Blaze

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