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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 201953726 02/17/2004 0522000   2434 Seven Employees Are Treated For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
162 201560927 02/03/2004 0854910   4813 Three Employees Were Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
163 201521861 01/17/2004 0111500   1799 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
164 200690600 12/29/2003 0112600 X 7641 Employee Dies Of Chemical-Induced Heart Attack
165 201124823 12/29/2003 0950613   1711 Employee Struck By Wind-Blown Vent Box
166 201144300 10/28/2003 0950631   1799 Burns From Ignited Flammable Vapors
167 202351250 10/06/2003 1055320 X 1795 Employee Killed When Flammable Vapors Ignite
168 200822161 10/02/2003 0521400 X 4953 Employee Dies After Dismantling An Above Ground Tank
169 201797180 08/22/2003 0950644   1752 Employees Are Exposed To Chemical Vapors
170 200712016 08/14/2003 0636900 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Explosion
171 202350971 08/12/2003 1055360 X 241 Oxygen Deficiency Kills Two Employees In Silo
172 200611598 07/23/2003 0111700   1711 Three Employees Are Burned When Torch Ignites Lp Gas
173 201485695 06/11/2003 0950622   5812 Employee Injured By Fall Into Hot Oil Fryer
174 202352704 06/10/2003 0352420   2048 Employee Injured When Ventilation Duct Explodes
175 125140806 02/20/2003 0552622 X 7532 Employee Dies From Overexposure To Chemical
176 171063308 02/05/2003 0854910   2299 Employees Sustain Bromide Toxicity While Spraying Adhesive
177 170005003 02/04/2003 1055310 X 3621 Employee Killed In Tank Explosion While Welding
178 202251013 01/31/2003 0953210   2851 Employees Injured After Exhaust Hood Fails
179 170873673 01/13/2003 0950625   1741 Employee'S Right Index Finger Amputated At Crimping Machine
180 200800803 12/27/2002 0523300   5084 Six Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide From Fork Lifts

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