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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201955309 10/30/2007 0522000   8059 Employees Inhale Toxic Chemical
62 201637287 10/16/2007 1054191   5169 Employee Is Exposed To Chlorine Gas
63 201637303 10/16/2007 1054191   723 Employee Is Exposed To Chlorine Gas
64 202486031 09/03/2007 0950621   2033 Thirty Nine Employees Are Exposed To Chlorine Dioxide Gas
65 201489994 05/24/2007 0950622   4911 Three Employees Are Exposed To Chlorine Gas
66 200231942 04/28/2007 1032500   2022 Three Employees Are Exposed To Chemical Vapors
67 200356467 04/11/2007 0453710   4789 Employee Is Overcome By Chlorine Gas And Is Hospitalized
68 201923976 11/16/2006 0626700 X 2869 Employee Dies After Exposure To Chlorine
69 201108297 08/21/2006 0950624   7361 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured When Struck By Cylinder
70 202330692 08/07/2006 0352450   8051 Two Employees Are Overcome By Chlorine Gas
71 201701950 11/03/2005 1054195   6552 Employee Is Overcome When Pool Cleaning Chemicals React
72 201857687 07/30/2005 0452110   3341 Employees Are Injured In Chlorine Release
73 201488178 06/29/2005 0950627   2869 Two Employees Are Exposed To Chlorine Gas From Pipeline
74 200373413 01/06/2005 0454510 X 2211 Six Employees Are Killed By Chlorine Gas From Railroad Car
75 201182268 09/13/2004 0950611   8351 Employee Suffers From Chemical Inhalation
76 202344446 04/24/2004 0420600   2033 Employees Are Injured After Exposure To Chlorine
77 170868087 02/27/2004 0950621   9511 Employee Is Burned While Changing Out Chlorine Gas Cylinders
78 200353357 11/04/2003 0453710 X 2015 One Employee Killed, Two Injured In Chlorine Gas Exposure
79 202344248 10/03/2003 0420600   2819 Five Employees Are Hospitalized After Chlorine Exposure
80 201144417 08/04/2003 0950631 X 7215 Employee Is Killed By Possible Reaction To Chemicals

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