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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 170888150 04/27/1996 0950615 X 3567 Employee Killed In Flash Fire When Dry Metal Powder Ignites
42 201509403 08/28/2009 0950614   5093 Worker Suffers Second And Third Degree Burns From Blast
43 170172241 08/21/1990 0950613   4512 Two Employees Injured In Powder Mixing Explosion
44 202560637 12/29/2008 0950411   2048 Grain Dust Explosion Burns And Injures Three Workers
45 170993182 01/24/1996 0935000   3331 Three Employees Burned When Slag Cleaning Vessel Explodes
46 000971820 12/27/1989 0854910   3399 Employee Burned While Transferring Titanium Powder
47 000691600 06/10/1987 0854910   3444 Six Employees Hospitalized After Metal Dust Fire
48 171054638 10/30/1996 0854910   2899 Employee'S Arm Burned In Explosion
49 171057508 03/16/1999 0854910   3714 Four Employees Injured By Flying Parts In Chemical Explosion
50 171054661 11/05/1996 0854910   2899 Two Employees Burned In Chemical Fire
51 014535413 11/02/1985 0830300 X 5153 Grain Elevator Dust Explosion
52 000880146 12/01/1992 0830300   2493 Employees Burned In Wood Dust Explosion And Fire
53 200330256 11/16/1998 0830300   2892 Employee Burned When Volatile Powder Wafers Ignite
54 000880070 09/02/1992 0830300 X 5153 One Employee Killed, Two Hurt In Grain Elevator Explosion
55 59650.015 03/15/2014 0830300 X Employee Is Asphyxiated In Grain Bin
56 001002005 11/04/1986 0751910   2048 Employee Burned In Fire Ignited By Cutting Torch
57 200535854 05/20/2013 0751910   1796 Worker Is Burned In Grain Dust Explosion
58 170568737 10/20/1994 0751910 X 5153 One Employee Dies And One Hurt In Grain Elevator Explosion
59 014503395 01/06/1986 0729700   2048 Four Employees Buried In Grain Dust Explosion
60 014554281 05/15/1985 0728900   5153 Grain Dust Explosion

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