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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 014252555 06/15/1990 0453710 X 2621,4953,4119 One Employee Killed And Two Asphyxiated By Carbon Monoxide
82 000739987 02/27/1990 0452110   3429 Eight Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide From Forklift
83 000827923 02/22/1990 0751910   4953 Employee Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Truck Exhaust
84 000787408 01/05/1990 1054194   5211 Six Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
85 000851444 08/04/1989 0521100   2033 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Exposure From Lift Truck
86 000914234 05/01/1989 0552624   2032 Employee Suffers Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
87 000914267 03/21/1989 0552624   3441 Employee Suffers Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
88 014388052 03/03/1989 0524700 X 3295 Employee Without Ppe Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
89 000914770 02/13/1989 0552626   2448 Five Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
90 000821231 01/22/1989 0352450   3089 Four Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
91 000997007 12/19/1988 0551800   1799 Nine Workers Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Fumes
92 014430482 12/09/1988 0830500   1795 Employees Suffer Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
93 000851352 11/08/1988 0521100   8099,8331 Seven Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
94 000970756 10/20/1988 0854910   4225 Seven Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
95 000783712 08/25/1988 0452110   8211 Seven Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
96 014256770 06/14/1988 0453710   3089,1541,9229,1799,1522 Employees Asphyxiated When Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
97 000674945 04/12/1988 0454510 X 9224 Fire Fighter Dies When Overcome By Smoke
98 014471619 02/08/1988 0524200   6411 Five Employees Were Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
99 001000157 02/01/1988 0453710   4225 24 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
100 000783829 01/29/1988 0452110   3499 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure

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