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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 014508527 09/11/1984 0316110 X 4491,1711 Employee Asphyxiated In Corn Barge
102 014508881 04/12/1991 0316300 X 2092 Employee Killed By Toxic Clam Waste Fumes In Barge Tank
103 119129.01 08/19/2019 0316300 X Employee Slips And Falls Into Confined Space And Is Killed
104 014509442 09/05/1996 0316300 X 1629 Four Killed By Drowning After Asphyxiation In Confined Space
105 014508790 10/18/1991 0316300 X 2892 Two Employees Killed By Ethyl Ether Poisoning
106 200630648 02/01/2001 0316400 X 4911 Employee Fell From Smokestack
107 014232532 08/24/1991 0316400 X 2861 Employee Fell From Conveyor
108 014481345 10/04/1984 0316400 X 1381 Employees Entered Frac Tank (Confined Space) At Drill Site
109 42439.015 03/20/2013 0316400 X Employee Falls Into Heated Gas Duct And Is Killed
110 84633.015 02/29/2016 0316400 X Employee Collapses From Heart Attack In Confined Space And D
111 014232151 04/21/1989 0316400 X 4491 Flash Fire Inside Tank During Cleaning Kills One
112 86825.015 07/17/2016 0316400 X Employee Is Asphyxiated In Hole
113 014319859 03/06/1994 0316700 X 1731 Employee Dies From Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
114 014470561 05/24/1985 0316700 X 2621 Employees Scalded When Steam Leaked Into Digester
115 014319875 08/21/1994 0316700 X 182 Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Storage Tank
116 014233001 08/22/1988 0316700 X 7692 Employee Died Due To Asphyxia
117 014320253 03/03/1997 0316700 X 3341 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Vessel Containing Argon
118 90420.015 02/08/2016 0316700 X Employee Is Caught In Muller Mixer And Killed
119 014246268 10/04/1992 0317000 X 5142,1799,8999 Employee Killed, Others Become Ill After Inhaling Freon 113
120 202003935 08/04/2000 0317000   9999,2869,4959 Six Employees Injured After Inhaling Hydrofluoric Acid

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