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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 014320170 02/20/1996 0316700   1771 Employees Using Gas-Powered Trowel Suffer Co Poisoning
22 014470306 08/09/1984 0316700 X 1629 Crane Toppled Off Bridge Throwing Employee Into A Stream
23 104334.01 03/15/2018 0317500   Two Employees Are Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
24 109419.01 09/13/2018 0317500   Two Employees Experience Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
25 014258693 10/16/1997 0317900   7389 Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
26 170108328 11/05/1993 0336000   3089 Three Employees Sickened From Inhaling Unknown Chemical
27 170066088 11/02/1995 0352410   2512 Employees Sent To Hospital After Exposure To Unknown Fumes
28 202606539 08/20/2009 0352420   7389 Worker Faints From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
29 170826010 11/14/1995 0352420   2879 Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
30 113589.01 02/08/2019 0352420   Two Employees Suffer Exposure To High Carbon Monoxide While
31 200960375 10/29/1996 0352420   5199 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Box From Conveyor
32 014479869 03/12/1995 0352430 X 1542 Employee Killed When Struck By Wrecking Ball
33 014201842 06/08/1988 0352430 X 1541 Employee Killed When Struck By "Headache Ball"
34 200960961 04/03/1997 0352440   4493 Employee Injured After Inhaling Chemical Fumes
35 014211114 08/13/1984 0352440   1622 Headache Ball Sheared From Cable Struck Foot.
36 112912.01 12/10/2018 0352440   Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
37 014194286 01/11/1985 0352440   5148 Inhalation Of Toxic Fumes-Carbon Monixide
38 170830061 06/07/1995 0352450   2024 Sixteen Employees Treated For Effects Of Ammonia Exposure
39 000825877 08/15/1986 0352450   2099 Employee Inhaled Oxides Of Nitrogen
40 014210173 03/06/1986 0352450   9311 64 Employees Exposed To Small Amounts Of Carbon Monoxide

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