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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 120330.01 09/30/2019 0317700 X Employee Dies After Welding In Tank
142 014330393 08/12/1987 0317700 X 1711 Employee Killed When He Asphyxiates In Manhole
143 170342000 05/24/1994 0317700 X 9511 Employees Killed By Toxic Fumes In Manhole
144 014258552 08/02/1999 0317900 X 7699 Explosion Of Underground Storage Tank
145 201320439 09/10/2002 0317900 X 1799 One Employee Is Killed, One Is Injured In Confined Space
146 170340491 12/01/1992 0317900   3272 Employee Burned In Flash Fire
147 102112.01 12/27/2017 0317900   Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
148 78139.015 07/17/2015 0317900 X Employee Falls From Platform And Is Killed
149 014318000 07/14/1997 0336000 X 2899 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Oxygen-Deficient Atmosphere
150 200380368 08/15/2001 0336000 X 4212 Employee Killed In Fall Into Concrete Aggregate Bin
151 014299069 05/01/1991 0352410   1721 Employee Injured In Fall Inside 90 Ft Standpipe
152 113589.01 02/08/2019 0352420   Two Employees Suffer Exposure To High Carbon Monoxide While
153 000707349 09/13/1986 0352420   7538 Employee Overcome By Fumes While Cleaning Inside Tank Truck
154 98118.015 08/11/2017 0352420   Worker Operating Power Saw Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
155 202360137 08/16/2006 0352420 X 1611 Employees Are Killed When Entering Sewer Vault
156 100432.01 08/26/2017 0352420   Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Vapors
157 000825505 07/24/1987 0352420 X 4961 Employee Killed When Steam Line Ruptured
158 000707885 07/23/1986 0352420 X 7623 Employee Asphyxiated By Freon Leaking From Air Conditioner
159 014197255 08/07/1985 0352420   9311 Inhaled Paint Fumes In Pumping Station (Confined Space)
160 202560348 06/09/2008 0352420   1721 Five Employees Injured By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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