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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 200651115 10/14/2005 0521100 X 2421 Employee Is Killed In Wood Dust Explosion
142 014513725 09/13/1987 0521100 X 3949 Employee Suffocated From Sawdust
143 118334.01 07/14/2019 0521100   Employee'S Hand Is Injured By Running Nip Point Of Laminator
144 200820850 04/29/2000 0521400   5941 Employee'S Face Burned When Munitions Ignite
145 014382238 04/03/1985 0521400 X 7389 Electrical Explosion - Electrical Fault Ignited Combust Dust
146 142961.01 01/21/2022 0521400 X One Employee Is Killed, One Is Injured During Explosion
147 000840199 01/07/1997 0521400   3714 Five Employees Injured In Paint Powder Explosion
148 200032787 09/12/2006 0521700   4911 Three Employees Are Injured In Coal Dust Explosion
149 200031102 07/21/2000 0521700 X 7699 One Employee Killed, One Injured, When Engulfed By Sugar
150 000724021 08/21/1993 0521700 X 3399 Employee Dies In Aluminum Powder Explosion
151 000869024 11/19/1988 0522000 X 2821 Employee Dies After Burned In Hopper Dust Explosion
152 000570010 02/17/1986 0522000   4213 Employees Inhaled Chemical Dust; Became Ill
153 108061.01 08/07/2018 0522000   Employee Sustains Burns To Arm From Flash Fire
154 014475891 02/23/1984 0522000   2899 Fireworks Manufacturing Explosion
155 000837641 04/01/1994 0522000 X 5093 Employee Dies Of Burns From Hot Dust And Particles
156 04196.015 12/17/2011 0522300 X Employee Is Killed When Metal Drum Explodes
157 143071.01 01/19/2022 0522300   Employee Amputates Finger In Dust Collection System
158 111806.01 12/04/2018 0522300   Employee Sustains Severe Laceration When Struck By Rotating
159 200100824 08/17/2000 0522300   2899 Employee Burned In Mixing Vessel Explosion
160 014523187 09/13/1986 0522300 X 4491 2 Employees Killed In Dust Explosion And Fire

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