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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201497989 06/29/2013 0950625   161 Employee Suffer Heat Stroke While Harvesting Cantaloups
102 202692547 06/22/2013 0950624   1796 Pipe Welder Is Poisoned By Inhaled Chemical Fumes
103 202479168 06/05/2013 0950644   5962 Employee Gets Dizzy While At Work And Gets Hospitalized
104 201497633 02/11/2013 0950625   7363 Employee Fractures Back In Fall From Aluminum Step Ladder
105 201186434 10/01/2012 0950611   6513 Janitor Suffers From Carbon Monoixde Symptoms
106 202588059 09/24/2012 0950614   9221 Employee Suffers Dehydration And Heat Stroke
107 200171155 09/21/2012 0257260 X 1711 Employee Collapses While Walking Down Stairs, Later Dies
108 201496833 09/14/2012 0950625   761 Worker Became Dizzy While Harvesting Grapes In A Vineyard
109 201078235 08/07/2012 0950632   3993 Employee Sustains A Heat Related Incident
110 201044815 08/05/2012 0953220 X 8221 Employee Suffers Cardiac Arrest And Dies
111 201024320 08/03/2012 0950615   172 Employee Suffers Cardiovascular Symptoms
112 201496700 07/28/2012 0950625   761 Cotton Field Worker Suffers From Heat Exhaustion
113 200361327 07/19/2012 0453710 X 1771 Worker Dies From Hyperthermia
114 202635397 06/16/2012 0950612   761 Employee Is Overcome By Heat Exhaustion
115 202471710 06/07/2012 0950646   761 Employee Is Hospitalized With Hyperventilation Syndrome
116 201044690 04/07/2012 0953220   9221 Four Employees Experience Ailments At Call Center
117 202081337 02/27/2012 0453730   4212 Workers Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
118 202522165 02/18/2012 0950624   171 High Blood Pressure Sickens Employee
119 202316675 12/08/2011 0253650 X 6513 Employee Dies After Fainting Episode
120 201077302 10/15/2011 0950632 X 3732 Worker Found Unconscious Dies Of Aneurysm Or Heart Attack

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