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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 170365944 10/29/2003 0551800 X 3365 Aluminum Dust Explosion Injures Six Employees And Kills One
82 000731513 03/27/1987 0551800 X 1799,3312 One Employee Killed, Two Injured In Dust Collector Fire
83 000976217 10/03/1992 0551800 X 3567 Employee Killed By Flash Fire
84 170761860 02/03/2000 0551800 X 3369 Employee Burned When Magnesium Dust Ignites, Later Dies
85 000914200 01/25/1989 0552624   2099 Employee Injured In Sugar Dust Explosion
86 108537.01 08/10/2018 0552651   Six Employees Are Injured When Engulfed By Blast Furnace'S H
87 76658.015 01/08/2015 0552652 X One Employee Dies, Three Hospitalized From Fire And Smoke In
88 115945.01 02/19/2019 0552652   Employee Receives Second Degree Burns To Face, Arm And Hand
89 000999789 01/14/1988 0552700   2046 No Employees Injured In Grain Dust Explosion
90 000999870 06/01/1990 0552700 X 1731 Flash Fire - Ignitible Dust Ignited By Electric Lamp
91 200940088 11/29/1999 0625100   2899 Two Employees Injured When Ammunition Explodes
92 200550614 11/05/1998 0625700 X 2892 Employee Killed In Explosion At Gunpowder Factory
93 000769323 05/04/1998 0626300 X 5093 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Magnesium Shavings Fire
94 014466478 12/19/1986 0626300   2892 Two Employees Injured In Powder Explosion
95 60990.015 04/26/2014 0626600 X Two Employees Are Killed, Two Injured From Dust Explosion
96 201763463 06/30/2009 0626600 X 2621 Worker Operating Bobcat Is Engulfed In Flames And Dies
97 25635.015 08/19/2012 0626600 X Two Employees Are Killed And A Third Sustains Burns From A F
98 201921228 11/11/1998 0626700 X 3341 Employee Killed When Burned By Hot Zinc Dust
99 200644953 12/01/2010 0627700   7699 Employee Receives Severe Burn In Explosion
100 100425.01 10/02/2017 0636900   Employee Sustains Burns To Legs When Fire Flares Up

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