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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 96029.015 01/13/2017 0950625   Worker In Confined Space Is Sickened And Requires Respirator
102 91237.015 12/02/2016 0523400 X Employee Dies After Complaining Of Shortness Of Breath
103 90168.015 10/31/2016 0418300 X Employee Is Killed In Gasoline Pipeline Explosion
104 88741.015 09/11/2016 0552652 X Employee Dies From Respiratory Distress Syndrome
105 87109.015 07/13/2016 0453730 X Worker Crushed By Dock Level Is Killed
106 86626.015 07/05/2016 0453730 X Worker Dies During Police Academy Training
107 84615.015 04/13/2016 1055350 X Worker Painting A Car Is Found Dead.
108 84492.015 04/09/2016 0551800 X Employee Working Inside Tank Dies From Heart Attack
109 83484.015 03/02/2016 0625700 X One Employee Killed One Injured Due To Argon Gas
110 83485.015 03/02/2016 0625700 X One Employee Killed One Injured Due To Argon Gas
111 83183.015 12/02/2015 0317300 X Employee Is Killed After Inhaling Aluminum Oxide While Treat
112 81907.015 11/19/2015 0352420 X Employee Dies After Exposure To Diesel Fuel Additive
113 81690.015 08/12/2015 1055360 X Five Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Gas From Chlorin
114 80076.015 07/02/2015 0552651 X Employee Collapses While Installing Hvac System; Non-Work Re
115 77544.015 06/09/2015 0522900 X Employee Dies From Bronchial Asthma Attack
116 74685.015 03/05/2015 0627510 X Employee Dies From Cardiac Arrest After Having Asthma While
117 79019.015 02/26/2015 0352420 X Employee Wearing Respirator Is Killed During Body Repair Wor
118 70177.015 01/15/2015 0830300 X Employee Is Killed By Overexposure To Hydrogen Sulfide.
119 70043.015 01/14/2015 0830100 X Employee Dies Of Respiratory Illness After Exposure To Oak S
120 69069.015 11/15/2014 0626700 X Four Employees Die From Asphyxiation During Chemical Release

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