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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 200536100 07/23/2013 0751910 X 1799 Worker Dies After Asthma Attack And Cardiac Arrest
142 202675641 07/13/2013 0950621   2833 Employee Is Injured From Chemical Exposure
143 201510955 06/19/2013 0950651   1622 Three Bridge Workers Are Sickened By Carbon Monoxide
144 202637187 06/19/2013 0551800 X 5153 Worker Is Killed Inside Grain Storage Silo
145 47787.015 06/15/2013 1032500 X Employee Is Exposed To Possible Inhalation Hazard And Contra
146 202673372 04/17/2013 0950633 X 721 Employee Dies Fron Asthma Attack
147 316522218 04/05/2013 0950621   8322 Chemical Odor Sends Eight Workers To The Emergency Room
148 202637088 02/16/2013 0551800 X 5812 Worker Found Unresponsive Dies From Cardiovascular Failure
149 201497294 11/20/2012 0950625   9411 Refrigerant Leak Sends 16 School Workers To Hospital
150 202523494 10/18/2012 0950624   723 Farm Workers Are Hosptialized After Breathing Hypochorite
151 202531273 09/11/2012 0950635   8361 Employee Is Exposed To Psyllium Dust, Suffers Asthma Attack
152 202655155 07/15/2012 0950633   1542 Two Employees Are Sickened When Exposed To Exhaust Fumes
153 26215.015 07/10/2012 0830600 X Employee Falls From Roof And Is Killed
154 202316741 07/07/2012 0253650   9224 Two Firefighters Are Injured While Fighting Fire
155 202635413 06/22/2012 0950612 X 161 Worker Dies Of Cardiovascular-Respiratory System Failure
156 200361145 06/20/2012 0453710   1711 Two Workers Using Power Saw Are Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
157 34156.015 05/25/2012 0728900   Thirty-Eight Employees Sustain Respiratory Tract And Eye Irr
158 17435.015 05/22/2012 0626300 X Employee Falls Ill While Cleaning Facility And Later On Dies
159 202522520 05/07/2012 0950624   8322 Employee Suffers Injury From Chemical Exposure
160 202081337 02/27/2012 0453730   4212 Workers Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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