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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 202466496 07/14/2008 0950643   131 Employee Is Hospitalized For Heat Illness
162 202539326 07/10/2008 0950641   1721 Employee Sustains Heat Exhaustion While Painting
163 202487112 07/08/2008 0950621   1791 Employee Suffers Heat Exhaustion, Is Hospitalized
164 201491354 06/27/2008 0950625   5812 Employee Is Treated For Heat Exhaustion
165 201490810 06/17/2008 0950625   9223 Employee Is Hospitalized Due To Heat Exhaustion
166 201637964 06/08/2008 1054191   3451 Employee Is Injured While Spray Cleaning With Solvent
167 201072444 05/15/2008 0950632 X 723 Employee Dies After Fall After Feeling Dizzy
168 202079075 11/01/2007 0453730   7342 Four Employees Experience Respiratory Distress
169 201344561 08/20/2007 0729700 X 1761 Employee Dies Of Head Injuries After Fall From Roof
170 310813019 07/30/2007 0950632   1743 Employee Suffers From Heat Stress
171 201490844 07/03/2007 0950625   8011 Four Employees Are Exposed To Unknown Vapor
172 201282720 06/13/2007 0418100 X 1742 Employee Is Killed When Scissor Lift Strikes Wall
173 201636412 11/13/2006 1054191   2037 Employee Exposed During Ammonia Release
174 202484028 09/27/2006 0950621   1771 Employee Feels Faint After Inhaling Carbon Monoxide From Saw
175 201087871 08/17/2006 0950625   761 Employee Is Exposed To Sulfuric Acid
176 202330692 08/07/2006 0352450   8051 Two Employees Are Overcome By Chlorine Gas
177 201087913 07/25/2006 0950625   161 Employee Suffers From Heat Exposure
178 201087889 07/24/2006 0950625   173 Employee Becomes Overheated While Working In Field
179 201087707 07/23/2006 0950625   253 Employee Becomes Overheated While Feeding Turkeys
180 201087939 07/23/2006 0950625   161 Employee Becomes Overheated While Working In Field

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