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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 200102184 09/11/2005 0522300   5051 Three Employees Are Injured In Explosion
42 200103091 08/18/2008 0522300 X 1711 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scaffold
43 143071.01 01/19/2022 0522300   Employee Amputates Finger In Dust Collection System
44 111806.01 12/04/2018 0522300   Employee Sustains Severe Laceration When Struck By Rotating
45 144563.01 01/28/2022 0522500   Employee Amputates Fingertip In Auger
46 200801959 01/25/2008 0523300   3491 Employee Gets Fingers Amputated
47 200801710 01/31/2007 0523300   3363 Employee Burned When Dust Collector Explodes
48 200123008 02/03/2009 0523400   1799 Four Employees Are Burned By Coal Dust Flash Fire
49 014379259 04/07/1988 0524500 X 3321 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Dust Collector
50 000856138 12/07/1995 0524500 X 7349 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Steam Explosion
51 200840270 11/19/1997 0524530   1521 Seven Employees Hospitalized For Excessive Lead Exposure
52 142413.01 12/15/2021 0524530   Employee Amputates Two Fingertips When Reaching Into Dust Co
53 202086732 04/15/2004 0524700   1799 A Worker Was Struck By A Steel Plate Which Fractured His Arm
54 200990976 05/06/2005 0551800 X 1799 Employee Is Asphyxiated When Buried In Dust Avalanche
55 000976217 10/03/1992 0551800 X 3567 Employee Killed By Flash Fire
56 200998748 10/27/2010 0551800 X 1796 Worker Dies After Falling Through Deteriorated Roof
57 170365944 10/29/2003 0551800 X 3365 Aluminum Dust Explosion Injures Six Employees And Kills One
58 000731513 03/27/1987 0551800 X 1799,3312 One Employee Killed, Two Injured In Dust Collector Fire
59 201408630 05/08/2013 0552651 X 1711 Worker Is Killed In Fall Through Roof Skylight
60 102897.01 10/17/2017 0552652   Employee Slips While Cleaning A Dust Collector And Amputates

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