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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 200556124 04/05/2010 0625700 X 5074 Employee Injures Head From Falling Pipes, Later Dies
62 202507521 01/04/2010 0950622   9223 Spray Paint Vapors Hospitalizes An Exposed Worker
63 202599718 10/01/2009 0950612   3069 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Roll Up Door
64 202586467 08/21/2009 0950612   181 Worker Suffers Ill Effects From Herbicide Overexposure
65 202606539 08/20/2009 0352420   7389 Worker Faints From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
66 201074176 07/18/2009 0950632   9224 Employee Suffers Heat Exhaustion, Is Hospitalized
67 202585584 01/23/2009 0950612   8711 Employee Injures Knee Falling In Parking Lot
68 202563490 01/21/2009 0950612   7363 Forklift Operator Is Off Work Due To Severe Migraine
69 202080198 10/20/2008 0453730   8211 Three Teachers Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Exposure
70 202483673 09/20/2008 0420600 X 1791 Employee Is Struck By Headache Ball, Falls And Later Dies
71 201490810 06/17/2008 0950625   9223 Employee Is Hospitalized Due To Heat Exhaustion
72 202448064 01/04/2008 0950633   1623 Employee'S Arm Fractured By Falling Headache Ball
73 202079075 11/01/2007 0453730   7342 Four Employees Experience Respiratory Distress
74 202516050 07/11/2007 0950624   761 Employee Develops Headache While Applying Pesticide
75 201490844 07/03/2007 0950625   8011 Four Employees Are Exposed To Unknown Vapor
76 202474052 06/28/2007 0950636   5411 Employee Loses Consciousness After Inhaling Chemical Vapors
77 201489226 12/18/2006 0950622   1622 Employee Is Injured During Loading Operation
78 201087871 08/17/2006 0950625   761 Employee Is Exposed To Sulfuric Acid
79 201107927 06/01/2006 0950624 X 161 Employee Dies Of Brain Aneurism
80 200530731 05/31/2006 0751910 X 1799 Three Employees Are Killed In Fall At Tower Site

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