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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 38716.015 01/17/2013 0627510 X Employee Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide And Is Killed
42 33776.015 11/06/2012 0418800 X Employee Is Overcome By Chemical Fumes And Is Killed
43 30435.015 09/30/2012 0317500 X Employee Suffers Asphyxiation By Hydrogen Sulfide
44 202567780 11/29/2011 0420600 X 7999 Worker Found Slumped Over Dead In A Utility Truck
45 200678449 10/16/2011 0418800 X 5812 Restaurant Owner Is Overcome By Manhole Fumes And Dies
46 201495637 10/12/2011 0950625 X 761 Two Employees Are Overcome By Fumes; One Dies
47 201495645 10/12/2011 0950625 X 4953 Two Employees Are Overcome By Fumes; One Dies
48 202220836 09/21/2011 0111100 X 7699 Two Employees Die From H2s Exposure In A Confined Space
49 202492377 08/10/2011 0950621   8062 Worker Is Hospitalized After Reacting To Cleaning Agent
50 202470845 08/09/2011 0950643   5169 Employees Sustain Burns And Amputations In Gas Explosion
51 202613733 06/22/2011 1054191   1711,2899 Explosion Knocks Over Employee
52 200556389 03/06/2011 0625700 X 1799 Employee Is Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide And Dies In Fall
53 201128360 02/25/2011 0950613   3672 Exposure To Chemicals
54 200514990 02/17/2010 0552700 X 213 Hog Farm Worker Dies Of Hydrogen Sulfide Poisoning
55 200784957 01/09/2010 0626300 X 1311 Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Kills One And Poisons Six Workers
56 200758878 09/10/2009 0522500 X 1381 One Employee Is Killed, Four Injured By Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
57 202586426 07/03/2009 0950612   3674 Employee Is Exposed To Chemicals Spread On Floor
58 200831469 06/29/2009 0215600 X 7699,5093 Hydrogen Sulfide Overexposure Kills Three Workers
59 201924859 04/14/2009 0626700 X 2819 Employee Dies From Possible Hydrogen Sulfide Exposure And Fa
60 200812964 01/11/2009 0627510 X 1799,1311 One Employee Is Killed And Three Injured From Overexposure

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