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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
341 200690022 12/19/1995 0112600 X 175 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
342 000509844 12/18/1995 1032500 X 5171 Employee Killed When Gasoline Cargo Tank Explodes
343 170389233 11/30/1995 0551800 X 4613 Employee Killed, Coworker Injured During Tank Explosion
344 200640019 11/30/1995 0627700   8099 Employee Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
345 170826010 11/14/1995 0352420   2879 Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
346 014417323 11/02/1995 0728900   3111 Thirteen Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
347 170119721 11/02/1995 0214200 X 1711 Intoxicated Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
348 000885814 10/20/1995 1050210   1629 Five Employees Treated After Btex Exposure
349 000783282 10/06/1995 0452110   3069,7519 Employees Become Dizzy After Exposed To Vapors
350 170571269 09/21/1995 0454510   2299 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Sent To Hospital
351 170613988 09/13/1995 0950621 X 7699 Painter Dies In Explosion
352 170735815 09/13/1995 0950641   7011 Nine Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas Leak
353 170402127 09/04/1995 0213600 X 7699 Employee Killed When Overexposed To Chemical Vapors
354 170069090 08/28/1995 0352430   2086 Seven Employees Ill When Overexposed To Ammonia
355 170826036 08/15/1995 0352440   2752 Employees Ill After Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
356 014367684 07/25/1995 0523400   5511 Three Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
357 170591820 07/23/1995 0950633   5719 Employee Becomes Nauseous After Exposure To Muriatic Acid
358 000783274 07/22/1995 0452110   9221 Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
359 000599597 07/19/1995 0420300 X 9711 Employees Killed In Fire And Explosion In Spray Booth
360 170123913 07/07/1995 0454722   2652 Employees Ill After Inhaling Asphyxiating Substances

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