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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 316522218 04/05/2013 0950621   8322 Chemical Odor Sends Eight Workers To The Emergency Room
42 31035.015 08/08/2012 0419700   Employees Receive Electrical Shock From Lightning Strike Whi
43 202081543 07/19/2012 0453730   4213 Worker Is Injured When Struck By Powered Industrial Truck
44 22195.015 07/02/2012 0522300 X An Employee Using A Forklift Was Found Dead On The Floor.
45 202471710 06/07/2012 0950646   761 Employee Is Hospitalized With Hyperventilation Syndrome
46 202081337 02/27/2012 0453730   4212 Workers Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
47 202553582 09/28/2011 0950631   5141 Employee Suffers From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
48 201496064 08/13/2011 0950625   161 Field Laborer Sustains Heat Exhaustion
49 201495587 06/28/2011 0950625   172 Employee Is Treated For Heat-Related Illness
50 200203644 04/01/2011 0418200 X 5651 Employee Trips And Falls, Later Dies
51 202542544 11/22/2010 0950641   9221 Employee Is Hospitalized For Viral Prodromal Illness
52 202542627 11/01/2010 0950641   7812 Employee Is Exposed To Toxic Fumes
53 201022738 05/26/2010 0950615 X 3661 Employee Dies Of An Apparent Brain Aneurysm
54 200556058 04/12/2010 0625700 X 1381 Drill Rig Worker Is Killed When Hit By Air Hoist Equipment
55 200556124 04/05/2010 0625700 X 5074 Employee Injures Head From Falling Pipes, Later Dies
56 202507521 01/04/2010 0950622   9223 Spray Paint Vapors Hospitalizes An Exposed Worker
57 202599718 10/01/2009 0950612   3069 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Roll Up Door
58 202586467 08/21/2009 0950612   181 Worker Suffers Ill Effects From Herbicide Overexposure
59 202606539 08/20/2009 0352420   7389 Worker Faints From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
60 201074176 07/18/2009 0950632   9224 Employee Suffers Heat Exhaustion, Is Hospitalized

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