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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 200923472 11/12/2005 0355125 X 1794 Employee Killed After Ingesting Toxic Chemical
62 200082519 01/03/2006 0112000 X 3544 Employee Dies Of Hemorrhage Caused By Cancer
63 201343886 01/10/2006 0729700 X 5153 Employee At Grain Storage Facility Being Fumigated Dies
64 200262871 06/17/2006 0627100 X 1521 Employee Dies From Heart Disease
65 201020823 06/29/2006 0950615   1622 Ironworker Suffers Heat Stroke While Carrying Rebar
66 171118847 06/29/2006 1054193   1793 Employee Accidently Drinks Methanol And Is Poisoned
67 201488913 07/18/2006 0950622   782 Employee Suffersfrom Heat Exhaustion And Is Hospitalized
68 202366282 08/30/2006 1055360   9224 Firefighters Are Hospitalzied In Exposure To Toxic Vapors
69 200742179 01/09/2007 0213100   1799,1721 Five Workers Are Hospitalized After Inhaling Solvent Vapors
70 202362489 05/10/2007 0352420   1521 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide And Hospitalized
71 202474052 06/28/2007 0950636   5411 Employee Loses Consciousness After Inhaling Chemical Vapors
72 200925717 08/09/2007 0355123 X 1721 Employee Dies While Spray-Painting Apartment Interiors
73 201353414 08/17/2007 0419700 X 1751 Employee Dies Of Apparent Heat Stroke
74 200380756 08/29/2007 0336000   3643 Employee Is Injured In Chemical Inhalation Exposure
75 202474474 09/27/2007 0950636   7361 Five Employees Sustain Chemical Exposure
76 201581006 10/30/2007 1032300 X 4491 Employee Collapses On Lashing Bridge
77 200625317 01/28/2008 0454721 X 4221 Worker Dies From Illness
78 310799465 02/07/2008 0524500   7699 Employees Cleaning Railcars Are Overcome By Ammonium Sulfate
79 202527693 02/25/2008 0950612   5651 Employee Vomits After Ingesting Chlorine Bleach
80 202486742 05/16/2008 0950621   9223 Counselor Is Hospitalized After Chasing Detainee

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