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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 201390945 02/01/1999 0552652 X 4931 Six Employees Killed In Explosion
122 201390382 01/16/2002 0552652 X 4911 Employee Killed In Coal Dust Explosion
123 105141.01 04/27/2018 0552651 X Employee Is Injured When Struck By Boiler Plate, Later Dies
124 170228431 07/15/1990 0552651 X 1711 Employee Dies Of Oxygen Deficiency In Vessel Boiler
125 200996858 04/28/2008 0551800 X 1629 Two Employees Are Killed In Boiler Explosion
126 200998078 01/07/2010 0551800 X 3312 Furnace Blows Kills One And Injures Three Workers
127 170389316 03/04/1993 0551800 X 3069 Employees Killed, Injured In Steam Boiler Explosion
128 000903583 10/25/1989 0551800   3082 Five Employees Injured By Boiler Explosion
129 200840999 04/17/2004 0524530 X 1711,3312 Four Employees Are Burned With Steam, One Dies Later
130 93925.015 03/14/2017 0524530   Employee Is Burned When Reboiler Releases Scalding Hot Water
131 200271609 07/11/2006 0524500 X 7699,2046 Employees Are Burned By Hot Liquid Mixture
132 000856427 01/06/1996 0524500   1711,2046 Seven Employees Injured From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
133 014521934 01/22/1992 0524500 X 1711 Employee Partially Decapitated In Explosion
134 200270601 01/06/1995 0524500   2046 Seven Employees Treated For Carbon Monoxide Inhalation
135 201262284 01/28/2008 0524200 X 5541 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Exposure
136 201262433 12/05/2008 0524200 X 1711 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide, Later Dies
137 200340305 11/13/2001 0523900 X 1741 Employee Crushed By Fallen Masonry Wall
138 200340313 08/16/2001 0523900 X 7699 Employee Killed After Charge Is Detonated
139 200340990 12/06/2010 0523900   2621 Employee Arm Caught By Power Conveyor
140 200120400 12/13/1999 0523400   3479 Eight Employees Injured When Exposed To Carbon Monoxide

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