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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 202461802 11/14/2006 0420600 X 3732 Employee Is Killed Due To Asphyxia
122 202330700 10/11/2006 0352450   1541 Two Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Gas
123 201923935 09/29/2006 0626700 X 1799 Employee Dies After Apparent Inhalation Exposure
124 202004834 09/08/2006 0317000   5144 Six Employees Treated For Carbon Monoxide Exposure
125 202148995 06/17/2006 0253640 X 9224 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Roof Hole Onto Live Wires
126 201506995 06/05/2006 0950614   5065 Two Employees Sustain Chemical Burns From Explosion
127 201506987 06/05/2006 0950614   5065 Two Employees Sustain Chemical Burns From Explosion
128 201635984 06/02/2006 1054111   1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Ladder
129 201167889 04/20/2006 0950641   7532 Two Employees Are Burned While Cleaning Glue From Bus
130 200603231 04/05/2006 0625410 X 3674 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Vent Opening
131 201147667 02/21/2006 0950631   3931 Janitor Is Injured While Cleaning Sawdust From Shaper
132 201352994 01/26/2006 0419700 X 1799 Worker Dies From Methylene Chloride Intoxication
133 200032597 01/11/2006 0521700 X 1541 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Ventilation Shaft Opening
134 200122695 09/15/2005 0523400 X 3443 Employee Is Killed In Explosion
135 200082410 08/22/2005 0112000   7349 Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
136 201954286 08/10/2005 0522000   2891 Employee Is Injured In Explosion
137 200002012 07/23/2005 0728500 X 2841 Maintenance Worker Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
138 200712529 05/13/2005 0636900 X 1623 Two Employees Asphyxiated By Methane Gas In Manhole Contamin
139 200262566 04/28/2005 0627100 X 2819 Employee Dies From Bromide Poisoning
140 201177342 03/17/2005 0950621   1711 Employee Falls Through Hole In Ceiling

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