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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
401 202271995 08/14/2009 0253650 X 9224 Fire Fighter Is Hospitalized For Stroke Symptoms, Later Dies
402 202271938 11/22/2008 0253650   9224 Four Employees Are Injured When Two Fire Trucks Collide
403 202316741 07/07/2012 0253650   9224 Two Firefighters Are Injured While Fighting Fire
404 202169207 12/18/1998 0253650 X 9224 Three Firefighters Died Of Asphyxia While Fighting Fire
405 170744684 12/18/1998 0253650 X 9224 Three Employees Killed, Four Injured In Apartment Fire
406 202271904 11/23/2008 0253650 X 9224 Firefighter Is Killed In Burning Building
407 170744635 06/05/1998 0253650 X 9224 Five-Alarm Fire Kills One And Injures Nine Firefighters
408 000992388 01/23/1995 0253650   9224 12 Employees Injured In Collision Between Emergency Vehicles
409 202271656 08/18/2007 0253650 X 9224 Two Employees Die From Smoke Inhalation
410 001003276 04/29/1986 0253650   9224 Fire Fighters And Sanitation Workers Exposed To Methane
411 001008978 02/03/1989 0253650 X 9224 Employee Dies Of Smoke Inhalation In Fire
412 170744650 03/11/1999 0253650   9224 Thirteen Employees Injured Fighting Apartment Building Fire
413 170744064 11/20/1994 0253650 X 9224 One Employee Killed, Two Injured At Fire Scene
414 001009372 07/12/1993 0253650   9224 Five Fire Fighters Burned While Battling House Fire
415 202316659 12/19/2011 0253650   9224 Employees Get Burned While Performing Rescue Duties
416 001009315 09/12/1991 0253650 X 9224 Fire Fighter Killed When Burned By Apartment Fire
417 001009943 05/31/1992 0253650   9224 Employees Injured In Fire Truck Collision At Intersection
418 001009844 12/27/1994 0253650 X 9224 Fire Fighter Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
419 202316824 07/26/2012 0253650   9224 Firefighters Develop Chest Pain In Seven-Alarm Blaze
420 202271599 08/28/2001 0253650 X 9224 Employee Dies From Cardiac Arrest

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