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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 200750347 05/17/1999 0522500   2032 Three Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Coolant
242 201092897 03/17/1999 0950645   8071 Employee Is Sickened When Exposed To Natural Gas
243 125804799 03/08/1999 0950622   5411 Employees Suffer From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
244 200370435 02/24/1999 0454510   9199 Seven Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
245 200910040 10/05/1998 0215300 X 4491 Employee Dies Of An Apparent Heart Attack
246 170866065 10/03/1998 0950621   7363 Employee Knocked Out In Fall After Suffering Dizzy Spell
247 170238570 08/31/1998 1055310 X 3721 Employee Has Heart Attack, Dies Of Cardiovascular Disease
248 170894406 08/25/1998 0950645   4231 Employee'S Leg Fractured In Same-Level Fall
249 200550333 07/29/1998 0625700 X 3731 Employee Dies Of Heat-Related Heart Attack
250 201340338 07/17/1998 0729700 X 7363,1771 Employee Suffered Possible Heat Stroke
251 200200517 07/15/1998 0418200   2273 Eight Employees Exposed To Floor Sealant
252 170616122 05/21/1998 0950625   191 Employee'S Fingers Caught In Chain And Sprocket Drive
253 201340296 05/01/1998 0729700   5961 Employees Injured After Possible Carbon Monoxide Exposure
254 200100212 04/06/1998 0522300 X 1761 Employee Killed In Jump From Roof
255 000771485 03/22/1998 0626300   4513 Seven Employees Ill After Exposure To Unknown Vapors
256 170014070 03/20/1998 1055320 X 1731 Employee Dies Of Apparent Heart Attack
257 200610236 03/11/1998 0111700 X 2821 Employee Dies After Heart Attack And Fall
258 170572457 02/22/1998 0454510   2869 Twelve Employees Affected By Acute Chemical Exposure
259 200961829 02/16/1998 0352470   7361 Employees Inhale Smoke From Malfunctioning Injection Molder
260 200030468 01/07/1998 0521700 X 1611 Employee Dies After Suffering An Apparent Heart Attack

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