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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 170365944 10/29/2003 0551800 X 3365 Aluminum Dust Explosion Injures Six Employees And Kills One
42 201486107 09/12/2003 0950627 X 1711 Employee Killed In Chemical Explosion
43 201116324 07/11/2003 0950643   5159 Employee Is Burned When Combustible Powder Explodes
44 200352961 01/29/2003 0453710 X 3061 Six Employees Died From Combustible Dust Explosion
45 200622090 08/25/2002 0454716 X 2819 Employee Is Killed In Aluminum Dust Explosion
46 200754570 08/11/2002 0522500   8731 Two Employees Are Burned When Chemical Mixture Explodes
47 201201860 08/08/2002 1054114 X 723 One Employee Killed, Three Burned, In Grain Dust Explosion
48 201361847 08/08/2002 0419400 X 4221 Employee Is Killed In Fire Caused By Electrical Spark
49 200920825 07/24/2002 0355118 X 1711 Employee Is Burned In Boiler Explosion, Later Dies
50 201856358 05/28/2002 0452110 X 2865 Employee Is Killed When Aluminum Powder Ignites
51 201040813 10/15/2001 0953220 X 3999 Four Employees Burned From Fire And Explosion
52 201483930 10/26/2000 0950622 X 5162 Forklift Driver Dies In Toner Fire And Explosion
53 200100824 08/17/2000 0522300   2899 Employee Burned In Mixing Vessel Explosion
54 201101714 08/04/2000 0950623   4911 Employee Burned In Wood Dust Explosion In Power Plant
55 201082641 07/12/2000 0950625   9221 Employee Burned In Bomb Squad Detonation
56 200966612 07/05/2000 0352410   2499 Burn - Electrical Fault In Electric Switch
57 014318786 06/12/2000 0316700   3089 Six Employees Injured In Explosion Of Plastic Fines
58 200820850 04/29/2000 0521400   5941 Employee'S Face Burned When Munitions Ignite
59 201483534 04/24/2000 0950627 X 2892 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Chemical Explosion
60 170843387 03/16/2000 0950615   3441 Two Employees Burned When Aluminum Dust Explodes

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