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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 014210157 11/01/1984 0352450   2082 Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
42 014210595 03/08/1985 0352450   2013 Employees Suffer Headaches From Ammonia
43 014199806 03/28/1985 0352450   3351 Exposed To Alcohol And Trichloroethane Fumes In Tank
44 202341277 03/15/2002 0352450   1791,1542 Employee Injured When Struck By Steel Beam
45 014200331 06/26/1986 0352450   2099 Employees Exposed To High Levels Of Carbon Monoxide
46 014209951 11/19/1986 0352450   9221 Library Employees Suffered Respiratory Distress
47 200961829 02/16/1998 0352470   7361 Employees Inhale Smoke From Malfunctioning Injection Molder
48 014294821 04/03/1991 0355114 X 1731,1542 Employee Struck And Killed By Falling Headache Ball
49 000694257 03/17/1986 0355114   8062 Thirteen Employees Exposed To Toxic Vapors
50 014442313 12/17/1986 0355122   182 Probable Inhalation Of Carbon Monoxide Gas
51 014442818 09/16/1987 0355124   3599 24 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Forklift Truck
52 200203644 04/01/2011 0418200 X 5651 Employee Trips And Falls, Later Dies
53 200200517 07/15/1998 0418200   2273 Eight Employees Exposed To Floor Sealant
54 014542013 04/15/1987 0418400 X 7359 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Crane Accident
55 000819474 08/24/1990 0418800 X 1799 Employee Dies After Complaining Of Headaches And Dizziness
56 000594077 09/01/1988 0419400   3714 Employee Hospitalized After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
57 31035.015 08/08/2012 0419700   Employees Receive Electrical Shock From Lightning Strike Whi
58 202483673 09/20/2008 0420600 X 1791 Employee Is Struck By Headache Ball, Falls And Later Dies
59 110255.01 10/15/2018 0420600   Employee Experiences Dehydration And Unspecified Kidney Issu
60 014515563 04/23/1984 0420600 X 1795,7359,4923 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Headache Ball

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