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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 201282035 07/02/2005 0418100 X 1711 Employee Is Asphyxiated Inside Manhole
202 000606269 09/15/1986 0418100 X 1711 Employee Died In Oxygen-Deficient Sewer Manhole
203 201280724 04/15/2000 0418100 X 2951 Two Employees Killed In Confined Space Welding Explosion
204 000608562 02/09/1994 0418100   2077 Employee Suffers Brain Damage Due To Asphyxiation
205 014332993 01/29/1986 0418100 X 3312,7349 Entered Oxygen Enriched Atmosphere; Clothing Caught Fire
206 014332860 08/07/1991 0418100 X 1623 Employee Asphyxiates And Drowns In Tube
207 201281896 12/13/2004 0418100 X 1799 Employee Falls From Scaffold And Dies
208 000606210 07/16/1986 0418100 X 7699 Employees Overcome By Chlorine Gas
209 000606913 08/19/1988 0418100 X 1542 Three Employees Killed When Asphyxiated In Manhole
210 014332423 01/24/1986 0418100 X 1799 Asphyxiated In Rail Car; Air Compressor Failed
211 000605832 07/16/1986 0418100 X 7699 4 Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas In Storage Tank
212 000595694 10/16/1990 0418110 X 1711,3494,1542 One Employee Killed And Six Others Exposed To Gas Vapors
213 000607218 06/28/1991 0418200 X 5812 Employee Dies Of Overexposure To Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
214 000921924 07/20/1992 0418200 X 7999 Employee Drowns Maintaining Pool At Amusement Park
215 75098.015 03/17/2015 0418200 X Employee Is Killed When Caught-In-Between Equipment.
216 130766.01 10/27/2020 0418200 X Employee Dies After Arm Is Pulled Into Pipe During Dive
217 29035.015 09/15/2012 0418200 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive In Tank, Later Dies
218 106896.01 06/26/2018 0418200 X Employee Is Trapped In Cooler And Is Asphyxiated From Possib
219 000599514 04/16/1992 0418200 X 1623 Two Employees Asphyxiated In Manhole, One Dies
220 200200392 08/04/1997 0418200 X 1623 One Killed, Two Hospitalized From Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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