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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 200200962 06/18/1999 0418200   7389 Employees Overcome By Exposure To Sealant Fumes
242 201062593 06/08/1999 0950632   1752 Three Employees Injured When Vapors Ignited
243 200100485 05/19/1999 0522300   3069 Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Epoxy Coating
244 170843072 04/22/1999 0950615   1721 Employee Burned When Paint Booth Explodes
245 201200573 04/22/1999 1054114   1542 Employee Injured In Fall From Scaffolding
246 170843080 03/19/1999 0950615   8731 Employee Suffers From Formaldehyde Exposure
247 200962686 02/25/1999 0352420   2052 Employee Overcome By Hydrochloric Acid During Off-Loading
248 200370344 01/27/1999 0454510   5411,7349 Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
249 200962595 01/15/1999 0352420   7699 Employee Falls Unconscious Inside Tanker Truck
250 200962546 12/04/1998 0352470   4225 Two Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
251 125838011 11/22/1998 0950621   1721 Two Employees Burned In Explosion
252 000658385 11/16/1998 0112000   3451 Three Employees Suffer From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
253 201500758 10/28/1998 0950614 X 1721 Employee Killed In Explosion
254 170571939 10/12/1998 0454510   8221 Employee Exposed To Germicide Disinfectant
255 200880185 08/27/1998 0215800 X 1752 Employee Dies Of Burns After Floor Lacquer Ignites
256 201051430 08/12/1998 0950642 X 3471 Employee Dies After Third Degree Burns In Industrial Fire
257 171056872 08/03/1998 0854910   1742 Two Employees Suffer From Exposure To Fumes In Warehouse
258 200200517 07/15/1998 0418200   2273 Eight Employees Exposed To Floor Sealant
259 200080174 07/03/1998 0112000   1771 Employee Overcome By Carbon Monoxide From Propane Saw
260 200690170 06/29/1998 0112600   2821 Six Employees Suffer From Exposure To Nitric Oxide

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