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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200262822 05/16/2006 0627100 X 2075 Employee Is Killed By Explosion
82 200801637 05/09/2006 0523300   2082 Explosion In Wastewater Treatment Plant Burns Employee
83 201362605 03/21/2006 0419400 X 4499 Two Employees Die When Exposed To Hydrogen Sulfide
84 200623718 03/06/2006 0454721   1799 Four Employees Are Exposed To Hydrogen Fluoride Gas
85 200623726 03/06/2006 0454721   1799 Four Employees Are Exposed To Hydrogen Fluoride Gas
86 201954500 02/15/2006 0522000 X 2869 One Employee Is Injured, One Later Dies From Toxic Release
87 200603157 10/22/2005 0625410 X 1381 Employee Is Asphyxiated By Hydrogen Sulfide
88 201857844 08/09/2005 0452110   4952 Employees Are Injured When Exposed To Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
89 200553287 03/09/2004 0625700   9999 Three Employees Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide
90 200980407 02/03/2004 0855610   1389 Two Employees Are Overexposed To Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
91 200980399 02/03/2004 0855610   1389 Employee Is Overexposed To Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
92 200211399 11/11/2003 0626000 X 7699 Two Employees Killedwhile Working In Municipal Sewer Conduit
93 200262202 10/28/2003 0627100 X 2911 Apparent Heart Attack
94 200262178 10/10/2003 0627100 X 2077 One Employee Killed And Other Iinjured By Hydrogen Sulfide
95 200630960 09/12/2003 0316400 X 5084 Two Employees Are Killed In Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide
96 201504289 09/07/2003 0950614   4213 Employee Is Injured From Fall
97 200921195 08/04/2003 0355121 X 4953 Employee Dies Of Asphyxiation In Manhole,. Another Injured
98 201486024 08/04/2003 0950627   2911 Refinery Compressor Shut Down Releases Unburned Hydrocarbons
99 200052066 06/27/2003 0728900 X 4953 One Employee Is Killed, Four Are Injured When Exposed To Gas
100 200811503 10/29/2002 0627400 X 8999 Employee Killed In Oil Well Explosion

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