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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 014215727 03/01/1994 0454510   3356 Ten Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
122 000675314 01/04/1994 0454510   6324 Employee Suffers Overexposure Symptoms From Unknown Source
123 000674044 12/03/1987 0454510   3494 Employee Injured When Exposed To Trichloroethylene Vapors
124 200370435 02/24/1999 0454510   9199 Seven Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
125 000675140 10/31/1991 0454510   1540 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
126 170572457 02/22/1998 0454510   2869 Twelve Employees Affected By Acute Chemical Exposure
127 200622298 10/28/2002 0454723 X 3321 Employee Died After 12-Hour Shift
128 128535.01 08/05/2020 0454724 X Employee Unloading Packages From Trailer Dies From Drug Use
129 76603.015 04/29/2015 0521100 X Employee Dies From Possible Cardiac Event
130 101791.01 12/26/2017 0521100   Employee Is Hospitalized From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
131 200821379 04/09/2001 0521400   1629 Thirteen Employees Exposed To Gas In Confined Space
132 000839357 03/08/1993 0521400 X 8211 Employee Dies After Fall From Ladder Due To Dizziness
133 014382006 08/29/1985 0521400   2522 Smoke Inhalation From Incinerator
134 200820538 10/18/1999 0521400   4225 Forty Employees Affected By Insecticide Spill
135 200824555 11/11/2010 0521400 X 1721 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Elvated Height
136 000724922 09/14/1995 0521700   2992 Three Employees Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide Fumes
137 000724955 11/09/1995 0521700 X 1542 Three Employees Killed, 1 Injured From Exposure To Argon Gas
138 000723635 09/08/1992 0521700   2013 Employees Overcome During Ammonia Leak
139 200030468 01/07/1998 0521700 X 1611 Employee Dies After Suffering An Apparent Heart Attack
140 200032480 08/15/2005 0521700   5812 Four Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide

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