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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200831469 06/29/2009 0215600 X 7699,5093 Hydrogen Sulfide Overexposure Kills Three Workers
82 202586210 06/29/2009 0950612   8744 Worker Falls Inside Ventilation Duct And Fractures Arm
83 201345063 04/24/2009 0729700   1731 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Open Floor Grate
84 201509122 01/19/2009 0950614   8062 Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
85 200555514 12/31/2008 0625700 X 3732 Welder Dies Of Asphyxia
86 201044039 12/10/2008 0953220   1771 Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide In Tunnel
87 200532687 09/22/2008 0751910 X 5153 Employee Found Unresponsive In Grain Elevator Dies
88 202466868 07/24/2008 0950643   3728 Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Roof
89 202079554 07/23/2008 0453730   9999 Twelve Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
90 201562147 06/30/2008 0854910 X 7692 Employee Is Killed In Tanker Trailer Explosion
91 202466157 06/08/2008 0950643 X 1522 Transient Man Found Dead In Construction Office
92 200033223 06/08/2008 0521700 X 2066 One Is Killed, Two Are Injured From Nitrogen Exposure
93 201353588 05/21/2008 0419700 X 1711,1611,1542 Employee Is Electrocuted In Air Handling Equipment
94 200462273 05/17/2008 0111400 X 1742 Employee Is Killed In Fire While Spraying Insulation
95 202448080 04/30/2008 0950633 X 1711 Employee Is Killed In Fall Through Floor Opening
96 201072220 03/24/2008 0950632   7363 Employee Suffers Fractures In Fall From Loading Dock
97 201072816 02/19/2008 0950632   1711 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight
98 202465597 01/25/2008 0950643 X 1521 One Employee Killed, One Injured, By Carbon Monoxide
99 201751724 01/10/2008 0830600 X 1761 Employee Killed By Carbon Monoxide While Sleeping In Car
100 202502753 12/20/2007 0352450   4953 Employee Sustains Burns In Explosion

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