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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 000982843 04/06/1990 0257220 X 1794 Two Construction Employees Die In Confined Space Accident
302 014269963 03/12/1990 0134000 X 1799 Employee Struck By Car When Working In Manhole
303 000739979 12/18/1989 0452110   1711 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
304 000884445 11/24/1989 0953210   9511 Four Employees Overexposed To Chemical Fumes And Gases
305 000977033 11/20/1989 0454715 X 4213 Employee Asphyxiated When Cleaning Tanker
306 000657841 08/16/1989 0111400 X 4911 Burn - Explosion In Manhole
307 000788182 07/24/1989 1054112 X 1711 Employee Dies Of Head Injuries Sustained In Fall
308 000816819 06/27/1989 0112000 X 1731 Employees Die In Oxygen Deficient Manhole
309 000818237 06/05/1989 0418800 X 1623 Employee Killed When Struck By A Manhole Pipe
310 014546444 05/19/1989 0418300 X 1623 Employee Killed In Trench Cave In
311 000674150 05/16/1989 0454510 X 3443 One Employee Died, Other Injured In Explosion
312 000818278 04/22/1989 0420100 X 2892 Employee Dies From Chemical Burns
313 000761395 03/01/1989 0453710   1623 Employee'S Legs Fractured By Falling Manhole Sections
314 014454730 01/31/1989 0751910 X 3111 Two Employees Die, Others Exposed To Chemical In Manhole
315 000606756 09/14/1988 0418100   1623 Employee Overcome By Oxygen Deficiency In Manhole
316 014306880 09/06/1988 0213900 X 1623 Employee Dies In Manhole After Inhaling Hydrogen Sulfide
317 014347942 08/25/1988 0418300 X 1623 Employee Dies In Oxygen-Deprived Manhole
318 014530075 08/20/1988 0111700 X 1623 Construction Worker Killed In Oxygen Deficient Manhole
319 000606913 08/19/1988 0418100 X 1542 Three Employees Killed When Asphyxiated In Manhole
320 014503627 08/16/1988 0729700 X 1623 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Pipe

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