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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 201694130 11/23/2011 0950662 X 3441 Employee Dies From Natural Causes
162 200926251 11/20/2011 0355123 X 6514 Employees Die Of Asphyxia During House Repairs
163 202553608 11/15/2011 0950631 X 2851 Two Employees Are Overcome By Vapors Inside Tank, One Dies
164 200041911 11/12/2011 0653510 X 1799 Employee Is Killed When Exposed To Airborne Fungus
165 200375723 10/28/2011 0454510   8062,1731 Employees Are Injured In Arc Flash; One Dies Of Burns
166 201044633 10/20/2011 0953220   2812 Chlorine Is Released In Workplace
167 201682184 10/10/2011 1050210 X 7999 Employee Dies Of Natural Causes
168 201023629 10/10/2011 0950615   2084 Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
169 202492013 09/29/2011 0950621 X 8221 Employee Dies At Hospital; Not Work Related
170 202491973 09/23/2011 0950621 X 761 Pistachio Harvester Dies From Heart Issues Or Heat Stroke
171 200054039 09/19/2011 0728900   1796 Worker Is Seriously Injured In Fall From Theater Rigging
172 202492252 08/21/2011 0950621   2033 Forty Seven Employees Are Exposure To Chlorine Dioxide
173 201354230 08/19/2011 0419700 X 7532 Employee Dies Of Possible Heart Attack While Painting
174 202491890 08/15/2011 0950621   7996 Employees Suffer Chlorine Exposure
175 201392487 08/13/2011 0552652 X 4213 Employee Dies After Being Sprayed By Diesel Fuel
176 202492377 08/10/2011 0950621   8062 Worker Is Hospitalized After Reacting To Cleaning Agent
177 201408424 08/03/2011 0552651 X 1541 Employee Dies After Fall Into Underground Pit
178 200054005 07/27/2011 0728900   3524 Employee Is Injured When Sprayed With Brake Fluid
179 200999381 07/25/2011 0551800 X 1623 Employee Suffers Respiratory Failure And Dies
180 201345766 07/19/2011 0729700 X 3011 Employee Dies While Replacing Conveyor Bars

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