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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 109034.01 09/06/2018 0317900 X Employee Dies From Heat Stroke
22 113541.01 09/06/2018 0950625   Employee Faints And Experiences Heat Exhaustion While Workin
23 108928.01 09/03/2018 0316400 X Employee Dies After Being Found Unresponsive Next To Coke Ov
24 109518.01 08/25/2018 0627100 X Employee Is Working During High Temperatures And Experiences
25 109376.01 08/25/2018 0420600 X Employee Develops Hyperthermia While Working Outdoors And Is
26 108562.01 08/23/2018 0626000 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive During Hot Weather And Dies
27 112690.01 08/22/2018 0950625   Employee Experiences Heat Illness Symptoms During High Heat
28 108627.01 08/20/2018 0950647 X Employee Falls Sick Due To Heat And Is Hospitalized, Later D
29 112648.01 08/17/2018 0950644   Employee Experiences Heat Stress Symptoms
30 108604.01 08/15/2018 0950623   Employee Suffers Cramping And Heat Exhaustion While Wearing
31 108281.01 08/10/2018 0950631   Employee Experiences Heat Illness And Faints
32 108189.01 08/09/2018 0419700   Employee Experiences Heat Stress And Acute Kidney Failure Du
33 109940.01 08/07/2018 0112300 X Employee Is Overcome By Heat Stress And Is Killed
34 108567.01 08/06/2018 0950611 X Employee Succumbs To Suspected Heat Illness, Found Dead At H
35 108685.01 08/02/2018 0215000 X Employee Suffers Heat Stroke And Cardiac Arrest, Later Dies
36 107914.01 08/01/2018 0626000   Employee Experiences Heat Stroke And Rhabdomyolsis
37 107822.01 07/27/2018 0950635   Employee Experiences Possible Heat Stroke
38 107863.01 07/25/2018 0950647   Employee Experiences Heat Illnes While Harvesting Crop
39 107575.01 07/19/2018 0950647   Employee Demonstrates Symptoms Of Possible Heat Stroke While
40 107489.01 07/18/2018 0950621   Employee Is Overcome By High Heat Conditions And Experiences

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