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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 170900658 09/08/1997 0950641   1751 Employee Injured When Powder Load Triggered
22 170900492 05/14/1997 0950641   7812 Employee Sustains Burns When Flash Powder Explodes
23 202545349 07/28/2013 0950641   7812 Employee Receives Burns In Flash Fire
24 201031796 08/10/1998 0950635   2591 Employee Injured In Explosion Of Baghouse Dust Collector
25 202529319 01/24/2009 0950635   7349 Employee Is Burned In Magnesium Flash Fire
26 170166946 06/07/1991 0950631   5051 Two Employees Burned When Powdered Mixture Flashes
27 201483534 04/24/2000 0950627 X 2892 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Chemical Explosion
28 201486107 09/12/2003 0950627 X 1711 Employee Killed In Chemical Explosion
29 170202824 10/22/1990 0950625   724 Employee Suffers Burns In Cotton Gin Fire
30 201082641 07/12/2000 0950625   9221 Employee Burned In Bomb Squad Detonation
31 000740761 04/25/1991 0950624 X 2899 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Pyrotechnics Flash Fire
32 170724678 04/11/1998 0950623   2436 Employee Burned When Sander Dust Explodes
33 170724744 07/22/1999 0950623   2044 Employee Injured In Fall Escaping From Rice Dust Explosion
34 201101714 08/04/2000 0950623   4911 Employee Burned In Wood Dust Explosion In Power Plant
35 201483930 10/26/2000 0950622 X 5162 Forklift Driver Dies In Toner Fire And Explosion
36 170617765 12/16/1994 0950621   8744 Two Engineers Burned In Flash Fire Ignited By Halogen Light
37 202489142 06/19/2009 0950621   5941 Employee Is Burned When Gunpowder Ignites
38 202488854 03/25/2009 0950621   2034 Employee Is Burned While Burning Debris
39 170841316 03/07/2000 0950615   8999 Employee'S Face Lacerated In Power Plant Explosion
40 170843387 03/16/2000 0950615   3441 Two Employees Burned When Aluminum Dust Explodes

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