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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 202312898 11/22/2000 0950612   1629 Employee Falls From A Ladder And Is Hospitalized
62 200630598 10/02/2000 0316400   4789 Three Employees Hospitalized After Fire In Dust Collector
63 170621221 11/16/1999 0950651   1429 Employee'S Fingers Injured When Caught In Auger
64 200963213 08/12/1999 0352410   2899 Employee Burned When Dust Collector Contents Ignite
65 201760790 09/04/1998 0626600   2899 Five Employees Felt Ill When Exposed To Toxic Chemicals
66 201031796 08/10/1998 0950635   2591 Employee Injured In Explosion Of Baghouse Dust Collector
67 201791555 07/28/1998 0950644   3544 Employee Fractures Fingers After Grabbing Dust Collector
68 200070407 03/24/1998 0453720   2511 Two Employees Injured In Wood Dust Explosion
69 200840270 11/19/1997 0524530   1521 Seven Employees Hospitalized For Excessive Lead Exposure
70 201170586 09/02/1997 0950621   3084 Employee'S Finger Amputated By Moving Router
71 000840199 01/07/1997 0521400   3714 Five Employees Injured In Paint Powder Explosion
72 200620102 06/25/1996 0454712   3399 Employee Suffers Smoke Inhalation In Dust Collector Fire
73 000856138 12/07/1995 0524500 X 7349 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Steam Explosion
74 170591275 06/23/1995 0950633   3084 Employee'S Fingertips Amputated In Dust Collector Chute
75 170171938 02/18/1993 0950614   2066 Employee'S Fingertip Severed By Rotor Blade
76 014529762 02/08/1993 0111700   2499 Employees Injured In Dust Collection System Explosion
77 000976217 10/03/1992 0551800 X 3567 Employee Killed By Flash Fire
78 170695332 05/11/1992 0950645   3442 Employee Injured By Falling Duct Pipe
79 014528970 06/12/1991 0111700   3559 Employee Burned When Dust Collector Explodes
80 000955260 11/27/1990 0355112 X 2493 Employees Killed When Combustible Dust Ignites

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