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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
581 014341341 10/04/1988 0418800 X 4491 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Rescue Attempt
582 014490759 10/04/1988 0215800 X 7699 Employee Killed In Tank Truck Explosion
583 000825786 09/28/1988 0352450   9311 Employee'S Throat Irritated After Inhaling Sewer Gas
584 000848572 08/29/1988 0524200 X 3479 Employee Dies From Burns After Tank Fire
585 014458772 08/23/1988 0352450   7389 Employee Overcome By Organic Vapors
586 014255426 08/22/1988 0453710   2361 Employees Become Ill From Carbon Monoxide Fumes
587 014530075 08/20/1988 0111700 X 1623 Construction Worker Killed In Oxygen Deficient Manhole
588 000606913 08/19/1988 0418100 X 1542 Three Employees Killed When Asphyxiated In Manhole
589 000594044 08/17/1988 0419400 X 7699 One Employee Dies, One Survives Apparent Asphyxia In Manhole
590 000672899 08/15/1988 0751910   3523,7349 Employees Burned By Flash Fire In Paint Booth Pit
591 000731729 07/23/1988 0551800 X 1711 Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Dam Shaft
592 014256770 06/14/1988 0453710   3089,1541,9229,1799,1522 Employees Asphyxiated When Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
593 000601427 06/07/1988 0420600 X 4212,5191 Employees Die After Being Overcome In Tanker Trailer
594 000968230 05/24/1988 0953220   7011 Employees Suffer Inhalation Burns From Spilled Chemicals
595 000978593 05/19/1988 0950411   3761 Five Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Toxic Fumes
596 014252605 05/12/1988 0453710   3089 Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
597 014394167 05/03/1988 0625700 X 1711,1542 Six Employee Overcome By Carbon Nonoxide
598 014215743 04/15/1988 0454510   2253 27 Employees Overexposed To Perchloroethylene Fumes
599 014506059 04/11/1988 0830500 X 2782 Employee Dies After Expose To Benzene For 30 Years
600 001001510 02/19/1988 0751910 X 4832 Employee Died From Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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