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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 200520674 04/09/1998 0751910 X 9224 Two Employees Killed, Six Injured Fighting Propane Fire
242 014557235 06/19/1984 0653510   9224 Nine Firefighters Exposed To Burning Pesticide Smoke
243 200714178 07/07/2011 0636900 X 851 Wildland Firefighter Dies Of Heat Exhaustion
244 014241392 06/11/1995 0627700 X 9711 Two Fire Fighters Killed Fighting Crude Oil Fire
245 014237432 04/25/1984 0627100 X 9512 Employees Killed When Caught In Forest Fire
246 014474993 04/22/1993 0625100 X 851,4922 Two Employees Die In Gas Explosion And Ensuing Forest Fire
247 000999755 10/20/1987 0552700 X 9224 Firefighter Died From Severe Lung Burns
248 000690271 11/18/1985 0552700 X 9224 Fire Fighter Run Over And Killed By Unmanned Fire Truck
249 014449227 03/04/1986 0552700   9224 Firefighters Suffered Smoke Inhalation
250 014445308 01/07/1985 0552700 X 9224 Smoke Inhalation And Burns From Structural Fire
251 200514032 12/19/2005 0552700   9224 Seven Firefighters Injured In Gas Explosion
252 000689299 08/27/1986 0552700   9224 Fireman Burned When He Ignited Building For Fire Drill
253 201392859 05/08/2013 0552652 X 9224 Employee Dies From Smoke Inhalation
254 201390978 01/20/2005 0552652 X 9224 Firefighter Suffocates Inside Burning Building
255 170220537 07/16/1992 0552652   9224,3443 Nine Fire Fighters Overcome By Exposure To Chemicals
256 201391851 11/15/2008 0552652 X 9224 Firefighter Is Killed By Falling Debris After House Fire
257 014507883 12/25/1990 0552652 X 3312 Employee Suffers Fatal Heart Attack At Fire
258 170220511 06/14/1992 0552652 X 9224 Fire Fighter Struck And Killed By Collapsing Building
259 000902452 12/16/1991 0551800 X 9224 Firefighter Killed In Flash Fire At A Warehouse
260 200992881 06/25/2006 0551800 X 9224 Firefighter Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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