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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 201487188 10/06/2004 0950622   1751 Worker Injured In Construction Site Fall
202 201058872 07/19/2004 0950642 X 1742 Employee Falls From Second Story And Later Dies
203 202354338 07/02/2004 0352440   7216 Six Employees Injured When Exposed To Perchloroethylene
204 201182193 05/22/2004 0950611   8063 Employee Is Assaulted By Patient In Acute Psychiatric Unit
205 200757482 04/27/2004 0522500 X 3251 Employee Dies From Natural Causes
206 201486040 01/06/2004 0950622   1742 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
207 202075594 12/09/2003 0453730 X 1521 Employee Killed In Fall After Epileptic Seizure
208 202339735 12/09/2003 0352440   1751 Carpenter Injured In Epileptic Fall Descending Ladder
209 201174711 10/20/2003 0950621   5411 Fourteen Employees Are Treated For Chemical Vapor Exposure
210 200980357 07/17/2003 0855610 X 1389 Employee Died From Heat Exhaustion While Working Outdoors
211 201503752 05/19/2003 0950614   8062 Employee Fractures Hip After Becoming Dizzy
212 201124567 05/17/2003 0950613   1381 Employee Fractures Ankle After Getting Dizzy And Falling
213 200071868 03/06/2003 0453720   3543 Employee Died Of Natural Causes While Working
214 200800803 12/27/2002 0523300   5084 Six Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide From Fork Lifts
215 170868160 12/12/2002 0950621   723 Employee Exposed To Fumigant
216 200622298 10/28/2002 0454723 X 3321 Employee Died After 12-Hour Shift
217 014534101 09/10/2002 0935000 X 1542 Employee Dies From Bacterial Infection
218 201271590 09/04/2002 0418300   8051 Five Employees Sickened By Exposure To Pesticide
219 201572179 06/20/2002 0830500 X 4225 Employee Killed In Fall From Elevated Scissor Lift
220 201102852 05/03/2002 0950624   1771 Two Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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