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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 201857570 02/20/2003 0452110 X 3714 Seve Employees Killed And Nine Injured In Plant Explosion
102 170672430 01/04/1995 0452110 X 3399 Employee Dies In Aluminum Powder Explosion
103 000994707 02/16/1987 0452110 X 2421 Employee Asphyxiated By Inhaling Sawdust
104 201860723 09/24/2010 0452110 X 2819 Three Employees Injured And One Dies In Dust Explosion
105 000783936 01/15/1988 0452110 X 5153 Three Killed, Two Injured In Grain Dust Explosion
106 201856358 05/28/2002 0452110 X 2865 Employee Is Killed When Aluminum Powder Ignites
107 200352961 01/29/2003 0453710 X 3061 Six Employees Died From Combustible Dust Explosion
108 170121123 12/04/1992 0453710   2435 Five Employees Burned In Wood Silo Fire/Explosion
109 000943571 11/10/1989 0453710   7342 Employees Burned In Explosion
110 014256317 02/08/1996 0453710   2048 Four Employees Injured In Grain Mill Explosion
111 000809145 04/15/1988 0453710   2435 2 Employees Burned When Wood Dust Exploded
112 200074953 03/20/2012 0453720   2679 Baler Machine Cathes Fire And Burns Worker
113 200070357 12/21/1997 0453720   9999 Employee Injured Fighting Silo Fire
114 200070407 03/24/1998 0453720   2511 Two Employees Injured In Wood Dust Explosion
115 200070373 12/21/1997 0453720   9999 Two Firefighters Injured In Silo Fire And Explosion
116 97102.015 05/16/2017 0453730 X One Employee Killed; One Injured In A Dust Explosion
117 202082152 07/02/2013 0453730   3273 Employee Suffers Concussion When Struck By Falling Pipe
118 202076089 06/10/2004 0453730   7389 Three Employees Injured In Dust Explosion
119 202079547 07/28/2008 0453730   2436 No Employees Were Injured In Dust Explosion
120 202075123 11/18/2002 0453730   1799 Three Employees Burned In Flash Fire While Welding A Silo

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