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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 000675405 05/12/1992 0454510   3341 Two Employees Are Injured When Furnace Explodes
122 200370559 08/02/1999 0454510   2048 Ten Employees Injured In Silo Explosion
123 000910471 03/24/1993 0454510 X 2821,1629 Employees Killed, Other Injured In Explosion
124 200371458 03/01/2001 0454510   2434 Employee Suffers Minor Leg Damage After Machine Starts Up
125 200371490 03/27/2001 0454510   1711 Employee Injured When Coal Dust Ignited, Burning Him
126 000800060 03/23/1999 0454510   3695 Three Employees Injured When Chemical Mixture Ignites
127 200375350 12/19/2010 0454510   4953 Employee Is Injured When Caught In Kiln
128 014306195 09/08/1986 0454711 X 2426 Explosion In Dust Collection System
129 200626075 01/31/2011 0454712 X 3399 Two Workers Die From Burns Received When Metal Dust Ignites
130 200620102 06/25/1996 0454712   3399 Employee Suffers Smoke Inhalation In Dust Collector Fire
131 115293.01 04/05/2019 0454712   Employee'S Lower Left Leg Is Amputated In Tobacco Leaf Feede
132 106547.01 04/23/2018 0454712   Employee Amputates Fingers In Dust Collector
133 200623494 06/10/2005 0454713   1795 Employee Is Burned In Demolition Of Paint Spray Booth
134 014214217 09/19/1984 0454714 X 2048 Grain Dust Explosion
135 000763508 10/22/1997 0454715 X 2048 Employee Dies Of Suffocation When Engulfed By Grain
136 200622090 08/25/2002 0454716 X 2819 Employee Is Killed In Aluminum Dust Explosion
137 014549661 04/18/1989 0454716 X 2824 Employee Killed In Fall Into Dust Collector
138 200620342 04/13/1999 0454722 X 2899 Employee Burned In Series Of Explosions, Later Dies
139 170123913 07/07/1995 0454722   2652 Employees Ill After Inhaling Asphyxiating Substances
140 200651115 10/14/2005 0521100 X 2421 Employee Is Killed In Wood Dust Explosion

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