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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 104859.01 04/07/2018 0551701   Three Firefighters Suffer First And Second Degree Burns Whil
62 105854.01 05/19/2018 0626700   Five Employees Are Injured In A Flash Fire
63 111423.01 06/04/2018 0950643   Firefighter Sustains Heat Exhaustion, Dehydration, And Kidne
64 106436.01 06/09/2018 0950623   Volunteer Firefighter Loses Consciousness Upon Arrival To Sc
65 107969.01 07/10/2018 0950625   Employee Experiences Heat Exhaustion During Fire Fighting
66 112714.01 01/01/2019 0111400   Employee Is Engulfed In Flames When Aerosol Can'S Vapor Igni
67 117834.01 02/14/2019 0253410   Two Fire Fighters Suffer From Smoke Inhalation, One Sprains
68 114949.01 03/05/2019 0551702 X One Employee Is Killed, Three Others Are Injured In Fire
69 118161.01 04/19/2019 0950411   Four Employees Receive Multiple Injuries From Explosion
70 115909.01 04/25/2019 0551701   Employee Is Hospitalized After Exposure To Anhydrous Ammonia
71 116045.01 05/05/2019 0551702 X Firefighter Is Killed In Fire
72 116363.01 05/14/2019 0253420   Firefighter Receives Electric Shock During Training
73 116778.01 05/15/2019 0551701   Employee Burns Hands In House Fire
74 116455.01 05/15/2019 0950633   Employee Suffers Cardiac Arrest While Training
75 121744.01 05/18/2019 0950643   Employee Amputates Finger While Using Cutter Tool
76 121991.01 05/31/2019 0950643   Employee Develops Muscle Exhaustion During Training Hike
77 122058.01 06/05/2019 0950621   Employee Incurs Concussion When Struck By Falling Branch
78 120054.01 06/08/2019 0950633   Employee Suffers Rhabdomyolysis While Wildland Firefighting
79 118317.01 07/21/2019 0316300   Employee Amputates Thumb In Fire Truck Hose Cover
80 122610.01 07/23/2019 0950624   Employee Incurs Rhabdomyolysis During Fire Fighting Training

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