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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201702149 09/20/2005 1054195   9224,9131 Employee Ingests And Inhales Jet Fuel
102 201857844 08/09/2005 0452110   4952 Employees Are Injured When Exposed To Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
103 200554020 08/03/2005 0625700 X 3554 Employee Is Killed When Pulled Into Machine
104 200675544 08/01/2005 0418800 X 3272 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Exposure
105 200554012 07/30/2005 0625700 X 7389 Diver Is Killed When Pulled Into Boat Propeller
106 201857687 07/30/2005 0452110   3341 Employees Are Injured In Chlorine Release
107 201167061 06/21/2005 0950641   4581 Employee Is Exposed To Chemical Vapor From Cleaning Solvent
108 201701810 03/18/2005 1054195   3499 Employee Suffers Respiratory Burns Welding In Confined Space
109 200122612 03/05/2005 0523400 X 3398 Employee Dies From Heart Attack
110 200773752 10/21/2004 0134000   1623 Employee Passes Out In Tank While Wearing A Respirator
111 202421020 09/03/2004 0253410 X 9224 Firefighter Killed By Asphyxiation
112 201941853 09/03/2004 0951510   1622 Three Employees Hosptialized Due To Chemical Inhalation
113 201691516 07/21/2004 0950662   2087 Employee'S Lung Disease Is Caused By Diacetyl Inhalation
114 200773075 03/15/2004 0134000 X 1799 Employee Killed While Stripping Paint From Tub
115 200690600 12/29/2003 0112600 X 7641 Employee Dies Of Chemical-Induced Heart Attack
116 201634052 10/05/2003 1054191 X 5963 Employee Died From Overexposure To Nickel, Chromium And Co
117 200901262 08/06/2003 0418400 X 4789 Toxic Gases Overcome And Kill Employee
118 201158052 08/04/2003 0950633   3443 Employee Is Injured While Spray Painting Inside A Tank
119 200290088 07/29/2003 0253670 X 8221 Employee Dies From Natural Causes
120 200630929 07/10/2003 0316400   7699 Four Employees Are Poisoned When Exposed To Chemicals

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