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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 95993.015 05/31/2017 0523300 X Five Employee Killed; Twelve Employee Are Hospitalized In Mu
162 200801959 01/25/2008 0523300   3491 Employee Gets Fingers Amputated
163 200801785 02/06/2007 0523300   2499 Two Employees Are Injured In Explosion
164 200123156 06/13/2010 0523400 X 2299 Employee Dies From Asthma Attack
165 71642.015 10/04/2014 0523400 X Employee Dies From Asthma Attack
166 200123008 02/03/2009 0523400   1799 Four Employees Are Burned By Coal Dust Flash Fire
167 014387575 07/22/1986 0524200   2891 Employee Burned In Fire At Chemical Mixing Tank
168 000849018 10/31/1988 0524200   2891 Employee Burned When Static Electricity Ignites Petroresin
169 201260502 04/23/1999 0524200   7699 One Employee Killed, Two Injured In Explosion
170 200270510 01/10/1998 0524500   2041 Five Employees Burned When Pellet Dryer Explodes
171 200270577 02/17/1999 0524500   3471 Employee Burned When Magnesium Dust Ignites, Later Dies
172 014379259 04/07/1988 0524500 X 3321 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In Dust Collector
173 200271203 07/09/2003 0524500 X 1795 One Employee Dies Another Injured, In Dust Explosion
174 000856138 12/07/1995 0524500 X 7349 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Steam Explosion
175 000856153 07/30/1995 0524500 X 2046 Employee Dies After Being Severely Burned During Flash Fire
176 122195043 02/27/1996 0524500 X 4911 Burn - Coal Dust Explosion
177 200840155 11/27/1995 0524530   2892 Five Employees Burned When Explosives Ignite
178 014383608 02/28/1995 0524530 X 3751 Two Employees Killed, 25 Injured In Metal Dust Explosion
179 200840270 11/19/1997 0524530   1521 Seven Employees Hospitalized For Excessive Lead Exposure
180 112892.01 12/20/2018 0524530   Employee Is Hospitalized After Exposure To Hazardous Dust

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