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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 200831634 09/14/2011 0215600   1711,1542 Employee Is Sickened By Atmospheric Hazards In Trench
22 001002609 07/13/1990 0253620 X 8211 Employee Dies Of Cardiac Arrest
23 202316675 12/08/2011 0253650 X 6513 Employee Dies After Fainting Episode
24 202271995 08/14/2009 0253650 X 9224 Fire Fighter Is Hospitalized For Stroke Symptoms, Later Dies
25 202271839 08/11/2008 0253650 X 9511 Employee Found Dead After Feeling Light Headed
26 000982041 03/07/1991 0257240   2342 Employees Suffer Symptoms After Inhaling Unknown Gas
27 014303671 03/07/1991 0257240   3829 Ten Employees Affected By Unknown Gas
28 200580090 06/13/2006 0257250 X 179 Employee Killed When Crushed By Tractor
29 200171155 09/21/2012 0257260 X 1711 Employee Collapses While Walking Down Stairs, Later Dies
30 014303960 06/24/1987 0257260   9532,9211 Seventy Employees Suffer Intoxication By Diazinon
31 014329262 11/12/1986 0316110 X 3731 Employee Dies After Falling Into Oxygen-Deficient Void
32 014320170 02/20/1996 0316700   1771 Employees Using Gas-Powered Trowel Suffer Co Poisoning
33 014470470 01/25/1985 0316700   2322 Employees Exposed To Contaminated Air
34 014187827 09/13/1991 0316700   2731,1541 No Employees Found Injured After Building Evacuation
35 104334.01 03/15/2018 0317500   Two Employees Are Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
36 170341671 02/21/1995 0317700   2841 Employee Suffers Possible Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
37 102112.01 12/27/2017 0317900   Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
38 202713681 09/03/2013 0352410   1531 Employee Fractures Back And Shoulder In Fall From Scaffold
39 112379.01 09/11/2018 0352420   Employee Receives Carbon Monoxide Over Exposure While Using
40 100432.01 08/26/2017 0352420   Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Vapors

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