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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
261 200100303 05/31/1998 0522300 X 3711 Employee Killed When Struck By Combustion Air Turbulator
262 170008452 05/30/1998 1055320   9121 Three Fire Fighters Suffer Heat Exhaustion In House Fire
263 200020931 05/27/1998 0214200   1752 Two Employees Burned When Floor Sealant Ignites
264 200010213 04/09/1998 0729300 X 1771 Employee Killed In Explosion Of Chemical Drum
265 200370013 03/11/1998 0454510   2261 Employee Suffers From Exposure To Paint Vapors
266 170865612 02/22/1998 0950622   7217 Employee Suffers From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
267 170865497 01/29/1998 0950651   1481 Employee Collapses After Inhaling Welding Fumes
268 200830040 12/31/1997 0215600 X 1542 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Exposure
269 200600187 12/24/1997 0625400 X 5148 Employee Killed By Motor Exhaust
270 170080477 12/16/1997 0625700   5812 Five Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
271 200611234 12/05/1997 0111700   3491 Employee Troubleshooting Propane Unit Injured In Explosion
272 200410058 11/22/1997 0317300 X 1742 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Exposure
273 014258693 10/16/1997 0317900   7389 Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
274 000666198 10/13/1997 0112000   8111 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
275 200000321 09/11/1997 0728500 X 1721 Employee Dies After Inhaling Paint Fumes
276 202074233 08/19/1997 0453730   2325 Thirteen Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
277 200961746 08/19/1997 0352440   2899 Two Employees Injured By Carbon Monoxide Exposure
278 202013033 08/08/1997 0216000 X 3399 Employee Dies Of Cardiac Arrest, Not Work-Related
279 201760410 08/05/1997 0626600   3469 Six Employees Injured After Inhaling Carbon Monoxide
280 200200392 08/04/1997 0418200 X 1623 One Killed, Two Hospitalized From Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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