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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 170856009 09/23/2002 0950653   1629 Employee Gets Cement Dust In Eye And Suffers Chemical Burn
22 201406113 07/10/2002 0552651   1771 Employee And I-Beam Fall When Struck By A Chute
23 170357495 08/08/2001 0950653   1422 Employee'S Fingers Amputated After They Became Stuck In Rope
24 201771417 08/08/2001 0213900 X 3271 Employee Crushed By Palletizing Machine
25 200330793 03/19/2001 0830300   5211 Employee Injured When Struck By Cement Bags
26 201570330 08/28/1998 0830500 X 4111 Employee Caught Between Auger And Truck
27 202085585 03/09/1998 0524700 X 1422 Two Employees Asphyxiated In Silo When Unplugging Dry Cement
28 170082408 11/26/1997 0625700 X 3273 Employee Killed When Buried In Hopper Of Cement Powder
29 200750040 06/28/1996 0522500 X 3273 Employee Killed When Engulfed In Cement Powder
30 170903595 01/24/1996 0950644   3275 Employee Injured After Inhaling Dry Cement While Off Loading
31 170359608 04/05/1993 0950632   3273 Employee Suffers Acute Exposure To Portland Cement Dust
32 000774018 01/11/1992 0625400 X 5032 Employee Suffocated By Cement Dust In Silo
33 170188569 10/03/1990 0950642   1731 Employee Injured When Sprayed With Wet Cement
34 000963728 10/12/1989 0352440   1771 Grout Mixture Hit Faces And Eyes When Pipe Comes Apart
35 014346274 07/27/1988 0420600 X 3272 Employee Suffocates And Dies After Fall Into Cement Hopper
36 014513113 07/24/1984 0521100 X 3273 Suffocation In Concrete Powder Bin

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