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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201492857 06/25/2009 0950625   1389 Employee Suffers From Heat Exhaustion
62 201638384 02/12/2009 1054191   5169 Employee Is Injured After Inhaling Acid Vapors
63 202475711 01/20/2009 0950636   2865 Employee Is Exposed To Chlorine Gas
64 202468047 10/20/2008 0950643   4939 Employee Sustains Asphyxia From Exposure To Acid
65 201702628 10/02/2008 1054195 X 5012 Employee Is Killed In Fire In Water Tank Truck
66 200357176 08/25/2008 0453710   1623 Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
67 202505269 07/09/2008 0352450 X 7389 Worker Is Electrocuted Doing Maintenance On Swimming Pool
68 201613650 12/02/2007 1054193   2611 Employee Is Exposed To Chlorine Dioxide Gas At Pulp Mill
69 200555076 12/02/2007 0625700 X 7699 Two Employees Are Killed In Tank From Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
70 202421095 10/15/2007 0253410   9224 Five Firefighters Suffers From Heat Exhaustion During Drill
71 201126414 09/23/2007 0950613 X 3471 Employee Drowns In Acid Tank
72 200902070 08/04/2007 0418400 X 7699 Employee Is Asphyxiated In Tank Confined Space Incident
73 201126331 08/01/2007 0950613   4953 Employee Is Burned While Sampling Waste Drums
74 201613411 06/06/2007 1054193   2013 Employee Becomes Ill From Inhaling Caustic Cleaner
75 200841302 01/20/2007 0524530 X 2911 Employee Is Killed From Toxic Fumes
76 200742179 01/09/2007 0213100   1799,1721 Five Workers Are Hospitalized After Inhaling Solvent Vapors
77 202360293 11/18/2006 0352450 X 1799 Employee Is Killed By Methylene Chloride
78 201923976 11/16/2006 0626700 X 2869 Employee Dies After Exposure To Chlorine
79 201183324 11/07/2006 0950611   8221 Employee Sustains Inhalation Injury After Chemical Spill
80 200374148 11/04/2006 0454510 X 2869 Employees Are Overcome In Confined Space; One Dies

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