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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 200353357 11/04/2003 0453710 X 2015 One Employee Killed, Two Injured In Chlorine Gas Exposure
142 201145026 10/24/2003 0950631   3672 Employee Becomes Ill After Inhaling Crystalline Dust
143 201407053 10/16/2003 0552651   1711 Three Employees Are Treated For Inhaling Carbon Monoxide
144 201116746 09/20/2003 0950643   7353 Employee Is Injured While Troubleshooting Oil Leak
145 201640075 08/08/2003 0552621 X 1721 Carbon Monoxide Kills One Employee And Injures Another
146 200630929 07/10/2003 0316400   7699 Four Employees Are Poisoned When Exposed To Chemicals
147 200052066 06/27/2003 0728900 X 4953 One Employee Is Killed, Four Are Injured When Exposed To Gas
148 200031839 06/09/2003 0521700 X 7699 Employee Dies Of Chemical Vapor Inhalation
149 202339305 05/20/2003 0352420   2448 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
150 200040764 04/16/2003 0653510 X 7532 Employee Died After Showing Signs Of Heavy Metal Poisoning
151 201083730 03/19/2003 0950625   761 Employee Bitten By Rattlesnake
152 201857463 02/17/2003 0452110 X 2819 Employee Died From Exposure To Methyl Iodide
153 202251005 01/13/2003 0953210   1721 Two Employees Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
154 200650729 11/12/2002 0521100   2599 Ten Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Exposure
155 200211233 10/22/2002 0626000   2759 Six Employees Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
156 201096112 09/28/2002 0950645 X 161 Employee Is Killed From Carbon Monoxide Poisioning
157 202330924 09/24/2002 0352420   1799 Employee Is Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
158 201142916 08/05/2002 0950631   1711 Employee Suffers From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
159 200602225 07/10/2002 0625400   8731 Employees Hospitalized For Inhalation Of Chemical Vapors
160 201271525 06/07/2002 0418300   2015 Employees Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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