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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201000148 06/22/2005 0253690 X 9224 Firefighter Collapses And Dies Following A Parade
142 201000288 10/02/2009 0253690 X 9224 Employee Dies When He Jumps From Burning Building
143 170747794 06/22/1997 0253690 X 9224 Employee Dies Of Smoke Inhalation While Fighting Blaze
144 201000049 08/06/2002 0253690   9224 Employees Injured In Fire, One Receives Electric Shock
145 001004001 02/14/1986 0253690 X 9221 One Fire Fighter Killed, Five Injured In Restaurant Fire
146 170747398 10/26/1996 0253690 X 9224 Employee Killed In Fire
147 014461321 09/06/1984 0257240   241 Three Fire Fighters Injured In Explosion
148 202359188 03/06/2008 0352430   9224 Employee Sustains Concussion In Fall From Firetruck
149 202357364 02/09/2007 0352430 X 9224 Firefighters Burned During Training On Burning Structure
150 202597159 05/07/2009 0352440   5331 Eight Fire Fighters Are Injured In Gas Explosion
151 202357356 10/10/2006 0352440 X 9224 One Employee Killed, Two Burned In Fire
152 202346862 07/03/2002 0352450 X 9224 Recruit Firefighter Dies Of Heat Stress
153 014479778 09/21/1994 0352450   3812 Fire Fighters Possibly Exposed To Noxious Gas
154 202505244 05/03/2008 0352450   9224 Firefighters Injued In Burning Building
155 200926202 03/19/2012 0355112 X 9224 Frie Department Worker Found Dead In Bunk House
156 000897777 03/18/1996 0355112 X 9224 Fire Fighters Killed When Roof Collapses During Fire
157 200922466 05/25/2008 0355114   9224 Four Employees Receive Injuries While Fighting House Fire
158 200922284 04/16/2007 0355115 X 9224 Firefighter Is Killed In The Line Of Duty
159 200922359 08/25/2007 0355125   9224 Fire Several Firefighters Injured In High-Rise Fire
160 000608984 11/20/1994 0418100 X 851 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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