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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 202082541 03/21/2014 0453730   1752 Four Workers Are Sickened When Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
162 000674077 04/24/1989 0454510   7389 Three Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
163 170571269 09/21/1995 0454510   2299 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Sent To Hospital
164 000909648 07/21/1993 0454510   3088 Two Employees Burned In Propane Vapor Explosion
165 200370823 03/20/2000 0454510   2426 Employee Burned When Propane Vapors Ignite
166 000802314 01/09/1990 0454510   2521 Five Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
167 000734152 01/27/1986 0454510   4925 3 Employees Injured In Propane Gas Explosion
168 000800607 12/14/1994 0454520   9199 Employees Burned When Space Heater Explodes
169 014214027 05/28/1988 0454716 X 1711,1796,1541,3069 One Employee Killed, Others Injured When Unit Explodes
170 200622900 02/25/2004 0454722   3089 Employees Is Injured By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
171 200621498 06/21/2001 0454722   8099 Five Employees Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
172 100624675 12/11/2007 0454724   5148 Ten Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
173 170122048 05/08/1991 0454734 X 9311 Employee Killed During Natural Gas Explosion
174 200650752 09/10/2002 0521100   2621 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Flying Propane Tank
175 200650760 09/10/2002 0521100   2911 Employee Is Burned When Propane Tank Ignites
176 014513758 11/17/1987 0521100   3469 Seven Employees Over Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
177 102170.01 01/09/2018 0521100   Employee Was Exposed To High Levels Of Carbon Monoxide
178 109672.01 09/28/2018 0521100   Employee Sustains Second And Third Degree Burns When Caught
179 200822146 08/21/2003 0521400   1611 Employee Is Burned When Leaking Propane Tank Ignites
180 200820207 11/12/1998 0521400   8734 Employee Present When Propane Cylinders Explode

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