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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 202352704 06/10/2003 0352420   2048 Employee Injured When Ventilation Duct Explodes
182 125140806 02/20/2003 0552622 X 7532 Employee Dies From Overexposure To Chemical
183 171063308 02/05/2003 0854910   2299 Employees Sustain Bromide Toxicity While Spraying Adhesive
184 170005003 02/04/2003 1055310 X 3621 Employee Killed In Tank Explosion While Welding
185 202251013 01/31/2003 0953210   2851 Employees Injured After Exhaust Hood Fails
186 170873673 01/13/2003 0950625   1741 Employee'S Right Index Finger Amputated At Crimping Machine
187 200800803 12/27/2002 0523300   5084 Six Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide From Fork Lifts
188 200526051 11/27/2002 0751910 X 213 Employee Died From Asphyxiation
189 201083631 11/26/2002 0950625   2099 Two Employees Burned By Fire In Tank
190 200622298 10/28/2002 0454723 X 3321 Employee Died After 12-Hour Shift
191 200980282 10/23/2002 0855610 X 7542 Employee Killed By Overexposure To Carbon Monixide
192 202330924 09/24/2002 0352420   1799 Employee Is Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
193 201065620 09/15/2002 0950632   1799 Employee Is Burned When Paint Mixture Explodes
194 200611432 09/10/2002 0111700   5074 Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
195 201271590 09/04/2002 0418300   8051 Five Employees Sickened By Exposure To Pesticide
196 201761681 09/03/2002 0626600 X 4953 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Flying Object
197 100354471 08/18/2002 0453710 X 7992 Employee Dies After Exposure To Fumes
198 201485042 08/06/2002 0950622   1793 Employee Burns Forearms When Chemical Vapors Ignite
199 201142916 08/05/2002 0950631   1711 Employee Suffers From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
200 200220135 07/29/2002 0316300   8711 Three Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide

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