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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201044633 10/20/2011 0953220   2812 Chlorine Is Released In Workplace
62 200678449 10/16/2011 0418800 X 5812 Restaurant Owner Is Overcome By Manhole Fumes And Dies
63 202614061 10/15/2011 1054191   3369 Autoclave Operator At Metal Product Firm Loses Consciousness
64 201128311 05/21/2011 0950613   4581 Employee Suffers Breathing Problem From Improper Ventilation
65 200515286 04/12/2011 0552700 X 7389 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide, Later Dies
66 201925377 02/07/2011 0626700 X 4231 Employee Is Asphyxiated After Fall Into Tank; Later Dies
67 200359032 01/05/2011 0453710   2015 No Injuries Are Reported, Anhydrous Ammonia Release/Fire
68 200998474 11/11/2010 0551800   8361 Five Employees Are Over Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
69 202470159 06/09/2010 0950643   2426 Employee Has Asthma Attack While Breathing Paint Spray
70 200515047 05/21/2010 0552700 X 5172 Employee Is Killed By Aviation Gasoline
71 202456232 05/11/2010 0950642 X 8661 Employee Is Killed By Exposure To Paint Stripper
72 200452597 01/23/2010 0418600 X 1711 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Mezzanine
73 200103679 01/04/2010 0522300 X 4213 Employee Is Exposed To Calcium Fluoride And Is Killed
74 202507521 01/04/2010 0950622   9223 Spray Paint Vapors Hospitalizes An Exposed Worker
75 200123073 11/11/2009 0523400   7933 Employees Sustain Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
76 201622834 10/24/2009 1054196   4941 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
77 202468450 10/09/2009 0950643   1711 Worker Is Injured In Fall From Attic
78 200775831 09/23/2009 0134000   1711 Employee Sustains Electric Shock While Servicing Equipment
79 202586467 08/21/2009 0950612   181 Worker Suffers Ill Effects From Herbicide Overexposure
80 202606539 08/20/2009 0352420   7389 Worker Faints From Carbon Monoxide Exposure

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