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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
541 000970525 01/23/1990 0854910 X 1389 Employee Killed When Asphyxiated In Oil Storage Tank
542 000787309 01/22/1990 1054114 X 1799 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Tank Explosion
543 000802314 01/09/1990 0454510   2521 Five Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
544 000787408 01/05/1990 1054194   5211 Six Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
545 014567309 12/21/1989 0454510 X 2672 Employee Burned, But Dies Of Unknown Causes
546 014554638 12/01/1989 0728900   5149 Employee Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Exposure
547 000867531 11/16/1989 0522300 X 3443 Employee Dies In Confined Space Entry
548 000981399 11/02/1989 0551800 X 5251 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Silo
549 000711747 10/11/1989 1054191   5146 Employee Exposed To Co From Malfunctioning Forklift
550 000997023 10/01/1989 0551800 X 5713 Employee Dies From Acute Myocardial Infraction
551 000884437 09/21/1989 0953210   1799 Employees Become Ill After Inhaling Carbon Monoxide
552 000996991 09/21/1989 0551800   7349,3632 Seven Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Tdi In Spill
553 014235360 09/13/1989 0626300   3423 Six Employees Overexposured To Carbon Monoxide
554 000851444 08/04/1989 0521100   2033 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Exposure From Lift Truck
555 014241616 07/06/1989 0627700   3366 5 Employees Hospitalized For Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
556 000816819 06/27/1989 0112000 X 1731 Employees Die In Oxygen Deficient Manhole
557 001002161 06/23/1989 0751910   2011,1731,1796,1771 Twenty-Three Employees Overcome By Co2 And Welding Fumes
558 000672725 06/23/1989 0751910   2011,1731,1796,1771 Eleven Employees Hospitalized When Overcome By Organic Vapor
559 014504146 05/25/1989 0729700   8011,7389 Some Employees Experience Symptoms Of Poor Ventilation
560 014437735 05/16/1989 1032500 X 1721 2 Employees Killed, One Injured When Paint Fumes Exploded

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