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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 108930.01 07/17/2018 0352420   Twelve Employees Experience Carbon Monoxide Poisoning While
22 108434.01 07/16/2018 0316300   Employee Suffers Collapsed Lung
23 112407.01 07/11/2018 0950643   Employee Sustains Burns From Deep Fryer
24 111255.01 06/12/2018 0950612   Employees Become Ill From Carbon Monoxide Exposure And Are T
25 105095.01 04/25/2018 0830500   Employee Sustains Fractures In Fall Down Ventilation Shaft
26 102227.01 01/08/2018 0830500   Employee Falls From Roof And Fractures Leg
27 103846.01 01/05/2018 0522300   Employee Doing Furnace Maintenance Is Burned
28 101410.01 12/06/2017 0552700 X Employee Is Struck By Falling Ash From A Tower And Is Killed
29 98785.015 09/05/2017 0521100   Five Employees Are Hospitalized After Exposure To High Level
30 112654.01 07/25/2017 0524530   Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Leaking Pipe
31 96702.015 06/13/2017 0521400   Employee Sustains Burns To Hand From A Clothes Pressing Mach
32 98350.015 05/22/2017 0112600   Employee Falls Into Ventilation Shaft And Suffers Multiple L
33 95451.015 05/05/2017 0215600   Two Employees Sustain Respiratory Irritation, Chest Pain, An
34 94376.015 03/27/2017 0355118   Employee Is Checking Ventilation System And Amputates Two Fi
35 96937.015 02/23/2017 0950633   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Multiple Fractures
36 93871.015 01/28/2017 0751910   An Employee Is Poisoned By Excess Carbon Monoxide In A Break
37 90682.015 11/17/2016 0626600 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive In Tank Trailer
38 87679.015 08/11/2016 0552652 X Employee Loses Consciousness And Drowns In Manure Pit
39 86365.015 06/28/2016 0625500 X Two Employees Inhale Fumes In Confined Space And Were Killed
40 83792.015 03/20/2016 0522300 X Employee Is Asphyxiated By Faulty Ventilation Unit

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