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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
501 000568568 01/27/1991 0627100 X 3087 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
502 014187777 01/09/1991 0316700 X 7342 One Killed, One Injured By Carbon Monoxide Exposure
503 014431969 12/28/1990 0830100   3295 11 Employees Hospitalized From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
504 000594515 12/27/1990 0419400   3494 42 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
505 170193544 12/14/1990 0950633   2591 Nine Employees Exposed To Plastic Extrusion Vapors
506 170186738 12/14/1990 0950635   4932 Two Employees Burned In Fire Inside Vessel
507 014370944 12/11/1990 0522000 X 6531 Employees Injured In Gasoline Flash Fire, One Dies
508 000811471 11/30/1990 0257220   5311 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
509 014509657 11/19/1990 1032300   9224,3731,7699,4412 Twenty-Seven Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
510 170177927 11/15/1990 0950643   6324 Fifteen Employees Exposed To Ethylene Oxide
511 014393789 11/12/1990 0625700 X 3731 Employee Dies After Inhaling Methyl Chloroform
512 170193932 10/23/1990 0950633   3556 Eight Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
513 000914309 10/22/1990 0552624   7389 Four Employees Suffer Smoke Inhalation
514 000885079 10/03/1990 0953210   4952 Employee'S Eyes Sustain Chemical Burns
515 014530281 09/25/1990 0111700 X 1521 Employee Dies Of Overexposure In Confined Space
516 014521702 09/21/1990 0524500   2011,2013 Employees Exposed To Ammonia, Six Hospitalized
517 014256747 09/01/1990 0453710   7231,7349 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
518 170163927 08/28/1990 0950635   3721 Employee Injured When Exposed To 1,1,1 Trichloroethane
519 014514707 08/24/1990 0524700 X 1721 Employee Dies In Gasoline Tank Explosion
520 000644112 08/22/1990 0215000 X 3731 Employee Killed When Burned By Flashing Propane And Oxygen

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