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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201055670 06/23/2001 0950642   2879 Employee Became Ill After Exposure To Mevinphos
142 202349858 06/13/2001 0352450   4952 Employees Injured From Chemical Release
143 200551869 06/12/2001 0625700 X 4741 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia
144 201631983 06/07/2001 1054191   3679 Employees Allegedly Exposed To Chemicals
145 200810950 06/07/2001 0627400   9223 Seven Employees Suffered Smoke Inhalation During Fire
146 201680600 05/30/2001 1050210   9621 Extended Hospitalization From Paint Fumes
147 201631991 05/10/2001 1054191   3441,1541 Employee Became Sick When Exposed To Fumes And Lead
148 200621589 04/11/2001 0454723 X 2824 Employee Killed When Misused Respirator
149 200610939 04/11/2001 0111700   8059 Two Employees Overcome By Paint Vapors
150 201055027 02/22/2001 0950642 X 2911 Employee Killed While In Confined Space
151 202013355 01/25/2001 0216000 X 3433 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation While Sandblasting Steel
152 201094380 08/02/2000 0950645 X 7363 Two Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Chemical Tank
153 200521755 05/16/2000 0751910 X 9511 Employee Dies After Inhaling Hydrogen Sulfide
154 200021830 04/29/2000 0214200   1721 Employee Suffers Asphyxia After Inhaling Nitrogen
155 200210664 03/16/2000 0626000 X 4213 Employee Dies From Exposure To Chemical Vapors
156 014225049 03/09/2000 0355122 X 7353 Employee Dies Of Apparent Heart Attack After Spray Painting
157 201780202 02/27/2000 0935000 X 3731 Employee Asphxiated By Hydrogen Sulfide From Ship Tank
158 201921483 01/28/2000 0626700 X 1799 Employee Dies Of Heart Attack
159 201482692 11/11/1999 0950622   1629 Three Employees Overcome By Sewage Liquids And Gases
160 170864664 11/03/1999 0950645   1311 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder

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