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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
381 014367593 12/12/1994 0523400   3714 Four Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
382 170243463 11/26/1994 1055340   2091 Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
383 170731533 10/19/1994 0950644   5199 Employee Overcome After Inhaling Paint And Solvent Fumes
384 170742837 10/11/1994 1054190   139 Employee Ill From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
385 171043045 10/07/1994 1055350   1711 Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Fumes
386 000948182 09/30/1994 0355123   2331 Employees Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide Exposure
387 000781666 08/28/1994 0452110   3341,1541 Four Employees Burned In Natural Gas Fire
388 170356893 08/24/1994 0950633   723 Five Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
389 170065031 08/22/1994 0950411   7349,5912 Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
390 170883532 08/22/1994 0950642   2621 Employee Passes Out After Inhaling Toxic Vapors
391 000921544 07/23/1994 0418200 X 2891 One Employee Killed, Another Injured During Flash Fire
392 170593677 07/22/1994 0950632   1795,1541 Employee Inhales Carbon Monoxide Gas
393 170717417 07/18/1994 0950625   723 Employee Suffers Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
394 171050016 07/12/1994 1050210   2092 Employee Suffers Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
395 170727705 07/11/1994 0950615   1721 Employee Severely Burned In Flashfire
396 000772384 06/30/1994 0627700 X 1389,2951,1311 One Employee Dies, One Ill From Exposure To Toxic Gas
397 170568034 06/23/1994 0751910   8062 Six Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas
398 014354963 06/16/1994 0521700   4225 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide, Three Hospitalized
399 000820423 06/07/1994 0418800   8062,1542 Employees Hospitalized Several Days After Inhaling Vapors
400 014289573 05/20/1994 0355121 X 4213 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Warehouse

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