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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 200262566 04/28/2005 0627100 X 2819 Employee Dies From Bromide Poisoning
142 201177342 03/17/2005 0950621   1711 Employee Falls Through Hole In Ceiling
143 201621836 02/14/2005 1054196   851,811 Employee Dies From Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
144 200052454 12/30/2004 0728900 X 1752 1 Employee Killed; 1 Employee Is Injured By Carbon Monoxide
145 201487444 11/29/2004 0950622   1743 Employee Suffers Respiratory Distress After Inhaling Vapors
146 201182433 10/25/2004 0950611 X 9531 Employee Is Killed By Possible Electric Shock
147 201117975 09/14/2004 0950643   1311 Employee Fractures Back In Fall From Elevation
148 201068392 09/03/2004 0950632   1711 Employee Fractures Back In Fall From Ladder
149 201505252 09/03/2004 0950614   2085 Three Employees Injured Entering Fermentation Tank
150 200642973 08/10/2004 0627700 X 1799 Employees Asphyxiated By Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
151 201487055 07/29/2004 0950622   8099 Employee Suffers From Chemical Exposure And Is Hospitalized
152 202076022 07/26/2004 0453730   1771 Three Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
153 202076030 07/26/2004 0453730   1542 Three Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
154 200690626 06/22/2004 0112600 X 1521 Employee Falls From Second Floor Elevation
155 202354924 05/26/2004 0352420   1711 Employee Suffers Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
156 200001816 05/26/2004 0728500   1771 Several Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
157 201165909 05/23/2004 0950641   2099 Employee'S Thumb Amputated By Vent Pipe
158 201853611 04/19/2004 0452110 X 1761 Employee Was Killed In Fall Through Roof
159 201058344 03/16/2004 0950642 X 1521 Employee Killed When Flammable Vapors Explode
160 200622900 02/25/2004 0454722   3089 Employees Is Injured By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

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