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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201495769 09/20/2011 0950625   172 Employee Feels Sick, And Gets Hospitalized For Stroke Sympto
102 202634283 10/13/2011 0950633   1731 Employee Is Hospitalized For Severe Heat Exhaustion
103 202471710 06/07/2012 0950646   761 Employee Is Hospitalized With Hyperventilation Syndrome
104 201497039 07/19/2012 0950625   761 Agricultural Field Worker Experiences Illness
105 202523361 10/02/2012 0950624   8211 Teacher Suffers From Dry Heaves And Possible Heat Exhaustion
106 202692547 06/22/2013 0950624   1796 Pipe Welder Is Poisoned By Inhaled Chemical Fumes
107 202675344 07/11/2013 0950621   1541 Employee Suffers Heat Exhaustion On Construction Site
108 201498532 09/03/2013 0950625   7389 Employees Suffers Face And Lung Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
109 202658282 09/05/2013 0950643   8299 Campus Security Worker Suffers From Heat Related Illness
110 59328.015 03/13/2014 0215000 X Employee Is Killed From Carbon Monoxide
111 202615530 04/15/2014 1054191   1711 Worker Repairing Leak Is Poisoned By Hydrofluoric Acid
112 69657.015 11/06/2014 0950625 X Employee Is Overcome By Personal Illness And Dies
113 79393.015 08/27/2015 0950632 X Employee Dies From Heart Attack
114 79742.015 09/21/2015 0950633 X Worker Loses Consciousness While Picking Lemons And Later Di
115 84251.015 04/05/2016 0950624 X Worker, Feeling Unwell, Dies Of Probable Heart Attack.
116 89240.015 08/25/2016 0950641   Employee Dies From Preexisting Medical Condition
117 96029.015 01/13/2017 0950625   Worker In Confined Space Is Sickened And Requires Respirator
118 99123.015 04/10/2017 0950644   Employee Is Sickened By Heat Exhaustion
119 96760.015 06/14/2017 0419400   Employee Suffers From Heat Exhaustion While Fitting Plumbing
120 96438.015 06/15/2017 0522500 X Lawn Care Worker Dies Of Possible Heat Stroke

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