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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 135396.01 03/23/2021 1054113 X Employee Is Killed In Dust Explosion
2 115293.01 04/05/2019 0454712   Employee'S Lower Left Leg Is Amputated In Tobacco Leaf Feede
3 115945.01 02/19/2019 0552652   Employee Receives Second Degree Burns To Face, Arm And Hand
4 111580.01 10/24/2018 0953210   Employee Incurs Burns To Arm And Face In Dust Explosion
5 110209.01 10/13/2018 0352420   Employee Survives Combustible Dust Explosion
6 108537.01 08/10/2018 0552651   Six Employees Are Injured When Engulfed By Blast Furnace'S H
7 108061.01 08/07/2018 0522000   Employee Sustains Burns To Arm From Flash Fire
8 105638.01 05/09/2018 0418300   Employee Is Caught In Combustible Dust Fire And Suffers Mult
9 101531.01 12/08/2017 0155010   Employee Is Hospitalized After Aluminum Dust Collector Explo
10 101033.01 11/17/2017 0419400   Employee Is Caught By A Combustible Dust Fire And Suffers Se
11 101023.01 11/17/2017 0419400   Employees Are Burned By Fire Ball From Coal Pulverizer
12 101727.01 10/12/2017 0111100   Employee Is Burned When A Spark Ignites Fertilizer Dust In A
13 100425.01 10/02/2017 0636900   Employee Sustains Burns To Legs When Fire Flares Up
14 97268.015 07/17/2017 1032500   Two Employees Are Caught In Combustible Dust Fire And Suffer
15 95993.015 05/31/2017 0523300 X Five Employee Killed; Twelve Employee Are Hospitalized In Mu
16 92182.015 01/06/2017 0418100   Employee Is Burned And Hospitalized When Forklift Catches Fi
17 90837.015 09/26/2016 0551800 X Employee Is Killed In Grain Elevator Explosion
18 79945.015 09/23/2015 0418100   Employee Is Burned When A Dust Collector Explodes
19 70128.015 01/23/2015 0213100 X Employee Receives Burns And Is Killed From Fly Ash Released
20 76658.015 01/08/2015 0552652 X One Employee Dies, Three Hospitalized From Fire And Smoke In

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