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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 202554036 08/13/2011 0950631   7381 Security Guard Is Bitten By Rattlesnake
82 201495355 06/21/2011 0950625   5191 Worker Becames Illl While Spraying Herbicide
83 200515286 04/12/2011 0552700 X 7389 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide, Later Dies
84 200264141 04/10/2011 0627100 X 721 Employee Dies From Herbicide Poisoning
85 202543146 04/08/2011 0950641   8221 Employee Is Poisoned By Thallium Acetate
86 202542791 03/26/2011 0950641   1752 Two Workers Are Sent To Hospital Due To Carbon Monoxide
87 200556389 03/06/2011 0625700 X 1799 Employee Is Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide And Dies In Fall
88 201863107 02/22/2011 0830100   3281 Four Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisioning
89 201925237 05/17/2010 0626700   1541 Four Employees Are Chemically Poisoned With Epichlorohydrin
90 201262706 04/27/2010 0524200   2099 Multiple Employees Suffer Chemical Poisoning
91 202560371 01/25/2010 0352420   4213 Two Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
92 200784957 01/09/2010 0626300 X 1311 Hydrogen Sulfide Gas Kills One And Poisons Six Workers
93 201493574 11/19/2009 0950625   723 Three Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
94 200632149 11/17/2009 0316400 X 7532 Employee Ingests Acid Aluminum Cleaner, Later Dies
95 200123073 11/11/2009 0523400   7933 Employees Sustain Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
96 201622834 10/24/2009 1054196   4941 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
97 201492543 07/31/2009 0950625 X 2879 Employee Dies From Chemical Inhalation
98 201614245 07/12/2009 1054193   7363,5148 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide, Eleven Hospitalized
99 201763455 04/01/2009 0626600 X 7549 Employee Is Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide, Is Killed
100 202560363 03/23/2009 0352420 X 2082 Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Forklift, Dies

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