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					EVENT_ID     Event Date Substance Name                           Event County Zipcode
FL20050035    2/23/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33140
FL20050083    2/18/2005 Cyclohexane                              Dade          33122
FL20050112    5/23/2005 Nitric Acid                              Dade          33178
FL20050153     4/7/2005 MIX: Hydrochloric Acid/Phosphoric Acid   Dade          33172
FL20050158     5/7/2005 Sulfuric Acid                            Dade          33165
FL20050244     5/7/2005 Sulfuric Acid                            Dade          33165
FL20050271     9/1/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33178
FL20050272    8/31/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33136
FL20050273    8/30/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33155
FL20050276    8/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33169
FL20050277    8/26/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33136
FL20050278    8/26/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33135
FL20050279    8/26/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33016
FL20050280    8/29/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33155
FL20050282    8/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade
FL20050285    8/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33030
FL20050286    8/28/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33016
FL20050287    8/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33030
FL20050288    8/28/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33136
FL20050289    8/28/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33066
FL20050290    8/28/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33161
FL20050291    8/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33169
FL20050313    10/5/2005 1)Pesticide NOS 2)Pesticide              Dade          32565
FL20050316 10/11/2005 Permanganate                               Dade          33142
FL20050340 10/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                            Dade          33136
FL20050341 10/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                            Dade          33136
FL20050342 10/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                            Dade          33146
FL20050343 10/27/2005 Carbon Monoxide                            Dade          33486
FL20050360 10/29/2005 Carbon Monoxide                            Dade          33142
FL20050378    11/3/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33122
FL20050380    11/4/2005 Carbon Monoxide                          Dade          33166
FL20050381    7/10/2005 Carbon Monoxide                       Dade   33165
FL20050382    11/7/2005 Carbon Monoxide                       Dade   33136
FL20050424     8/5/2005 Cesium                                Dade   33166
FL20050432    6/30/2005 Tetrahydrofuran                       Dade   33014
FL20050435    7/12/2005 Hydrochloric Acid                     Dade   33167
FL20050436    7/21/2005 Potassium Hydroxide                   Dade   33013
FL20050459 12/16/2005 Ammonia                                 Dade   33147
FL20050502    1/15/2005 Freon                                 Dade   33143
FL20050516    7/21/2005 Chlorine                              Dade   33175
FL20050521    7/29/2005 Chlorine                              Dade   33055
FL20050546     8/7/2005 Chlorine                              Dade   33169
FL20050547    8/10/2005 Perchloroethylene                     Dade   33126
FL20050572    11/1/2005 Corrrosive Liquid Basic Organic NOS   Dade   33178
FL20050581 11/24/2005 Trichloroethylene                       Dade   33166
FL20050582 11/23/2005 Acetone                                 Dade   33166
FL20050583 12/14/2005 Sodium Hydroxide                        Dade   33178
FL20050594 11/23/2005 Oxygen                                  Dade   32824
Synopsis
Hotel(except Casino Hotel) and Motel. Boiler malfunction. Family became ill. CO reading very high on floor near a boiler which
General Trucking local discovered Hazardous material leaking after arriving from the airport to distribution center.
General freight local transportation broke containers at Federal Express building.
Other support activities for air transportation (receiving depot) where spill was discovered. Non scheduled air transportation (AB
Specialized transportation, long distance spilled during unloading of product.
General freight truck, local distance. Tanker unloading spilled chemical due to malfunction of gauge.
Private household. CO exposure reported to poison control.
Private residence see comments.
Industry not identified. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments
Private household. See comments
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments
private household. See comments.
private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
not an industry.
.Postal service. See comments.
Private residence. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Other warehousing and storage had container leaking pesticide from 71,000 gallon tank. About 10 gallons leaked out before se
General freight trucking long distance was delivering to Water and Sewer authority and failed to bleed pressure from hose and
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Not identified. See comments.
Not identified.
Private household. See comments.
Private household. See comments.
Cesium stolen from transport depot.
Specialized freight local trucking dropped shipment.
Freight local trucking box failed leaking contents.
General Freight Trucking local found leaking package.
Refrigerated warehouse and storage had leak of ammonia.
Industry not identified. No injury but plant worried about contamination of food.
Private Residence eye irritation due to splashing chlorine in eyes.
Private residence exposed to chlorine fumes from cleaners.
Private residence eye irritation due to pool chlorine.
Industry not identified splash chemical in eye.
General Freight Trucking Local dropped package rupturing lining.
Deep Sea coastal and great lakes transportation forklift puncture.
Local Freight trucking improper bracing and blocking caused container to tip over.
Freight Trucking Long Distance package dropped.
Freight Trucking local had leak in tank.
              Comments
n floor near a boiler which had malfunctioned. All 6 family members admitted and treated in a hyperbolic chamber.




uled air transportation (ABX air) was the transportation carrier.




              31 year old male developed symptoms of Headache, nausea, Throat irritation, Dizziness/vertigo. He had been working near a g
              26 year old male developed dizziness, vertigo, nausea and passed out. Exposure to fumes in poorly ventilated area.
              22 year old male developed headache and dizziness from auto exhaust in inclosed building.
              Daughter couldn't wake her up and called EMS. Carboxyhemoglobin level was 23% on arrival.
              54 year old developed symptoms of dizziness, head ache and nausea from operating generator in garage with door partially op
              Generator is in the garage with cracked door.
              The two children had Carboxyhemoglobin levels of 28 and 15. No testing done on the parents but did report headaches. Expos
              Ventilator set up within 10 feet of home. Children became sick. Parents were concerned that they may have been exposured to
              Mom noticed smell of generator in am. Had difficulty waking children.
              Generator running inside the home.
              Chilren exposed to a fire and diagnosed in ER with CO exposure. Mother called in concerned about being in house and sympto
              Both exposed persons exposed to CO and have passed out. No further information
              Carboxyhemoglobin was 3%. Family discovered child ill. Generator running in garage.
              Exposed to generator in post office without ventilation. May have been exposure to combustibles.
              Exposed person in closet and was exposed to fumes. May have been an exposure to combustible.
              Carboxyhemoglobin level of 14.7%. Generator running in garage.
              The safety officer spelled out the pesticide as trinine dithylene. Unable to verify that this is a pesticide or if it is incorrectly spelle
              Splashed in truckdrivers eyes and on skin during unloading. Waiting for further information on name of industry, amount spilled
              Exposed to fumes from generator. Symptoms are nausea, tingling and numbness. Classified as probable according to CDC CO
              Cooking stove caused the exposure. Symptoms were Oral irritation. Classified by CDC CO case definition as probable.
              Patient nausea vomiting and a COHg of 3.4%. Classified as a definite using CDC CO case definition.
              6 persons injured 1 death. Testing of two had < 2% or COHg. The two were classified as probable using the CDC CO case def
              Exposed person reported dizziness and upper respiratory (throat) irritation. Generator under window.
              Exposed person reported dizziness, headache and inability to focus. Two generators running outside workplace and the fumes
              Exposed person had nausea and vomiting due to generator use a work. Classified as a probable based on CDC CO case defin
Caller felt let a power generator drift next to her window while she was asleep.
Exposed person unresponsive and confused. COHg 23%,,,,Classified as a probable case based on CDC CO case definition.




Fire Department was called to a factory (smoke fish) and beside the refrigerator freon was coming out.
Female came to ER with an irritated eye, accidentally splash pool chlorine into eye.
Call with fire rescue en route teen was cleaning with a product called CLR and mixed it with bleach, teen is c/o cough and sob.
Chlorine from pool causing burning eyes.
Female got a splash on her eyes of a dry clearner containing this chemical. She flushed eyes after arriving to ER shortly after e
The package was dropped in handling. Examinations of the inner container revealed a ruptured seam which allowed the conte
While processing of the load/unloading, a forklift puntured the side wall of the plastic drum, spilling its contents. The ruptured d
While inthe process of unloading at a warehouse facility, the load's improper blocking & bracing caused one drum to tip over a&
The package was dropped in handling. Examination of the inner container revealed a ruptured seam which allowed the conten
Portable tank was observed to be leaking or venting" from a line from a tank level sensor to a level gauge. Ice was beginning t
ad been working near a generator.
entilated area.




age with door partially open. Carboxyhemoglobin level was 29% on arrival.


 report headaches. Exposed through misused of generator in home. Not known if in house or garage or near home.
y have been exposured to CO.




eing in house and symptoms continuing.




or if it is incorrectly spelled. Will try to obtain police report.
f industry, amount spilled and information on the injured employee.
able according to CDC CO case definition.
ition as probable.


ng the CDC CO case definition. Still collecting information on the other cases.


workplace and the fumes are coming in the windows. Classified as a probable according to CDC CO case definition.
ed on CDC CO case definition.
 DC CO case definition.




 en is c/o cough and sob. Transported to HCF.


 riving to ER shortly after exp, complaining of burning sensation & pain in both eyes.
m which allowed the contents escape. The leakage was contained. The undamaged portion of the package was repacked for return to shipp
 contents. The ruptured drum was left indise the freight container & isolated outside in the container yard. An environmental response contra
ed one drum to tip over a& (with impact witht eh floor) rupture the lid, causing the spill. Within 60 min., an environmental response contractor
 which allowed the contents to escape. The leakage was contained. The undamaged portion of the package was repacked & return to shipp
 uge. Ice was beginning to form at the point of the suspected leak. Therefore, we investigating further by chipping away at the ice. It was the
ase definition.
age was repacked for return to shipper.
d. An environmental response contractor
n environmental response contractor had arr
kage was repacked & return to shipper.
y chipping away at the ice. It was then conf

				
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