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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201795960 07/23/2002 0950644   3441 Toxic Fumes No Employees Injured During Accident
182 170873376 06/26/2002 0950621   1761 Employee Falls From Roof
183 201856358 05/28/2002 0452110 X 2865 Employee Is Killed When Aluminum Powder Ignites
184 201361813 05/16/2002 0419400 X 3069 Twelve Employees Injured In Bagging Bin Explosion
185 200101327 02/19/2002 0522300 X 3262 Employees Exposed To Silica Dust And Develop Silicosis
186 200840759 02/13/2002 0524530 X 7699,4911 Employees Burned By Coal Dust Explosion
187 201390382 01/16/2002 0552652 X 4911 Employee Killed In Coal Dust Explosion
188 200051498 01/03/2002 0728900   7539 Employee Hospitalized For Lead Poisoning
189 201040813 10/15/2001 0953220 X 3999 Four Employees Burned From Fire And Explosion
190 171061567 10/10/2001 0854910   1794 Employee Became Ill After Inhaling Unknown Dust
191 170884134 08/27/2001 0950612   2095 Employee'S Finger Amputated In Coffee Granulizer
192 201570892 07/31/2001 0830500 X 1731 One Employee Killed And One Injured When Collector Collapses
193 201123395 06/29/2001 0950613   2789 Employee Is Injured When Left Thumb Is Amputated
194 201055209 04/18/2001 0950642 X 5093 Employee Killed When Struck By Front End Loader
195 200371490 03/27/2001 0454510   1711 Employee Injured When Coal Dust Ignited, Burning Him
196 171111396 03/19/2001 0551800 X 1721 Employee Killed When Scissor Lift Tipped Over
197 201982741 03/15/2001 0950411 X 3085 Employee Killed When Striking Post While Operating Forklift
198 202328795 03/14/2001 0352410 X 2899 Employee Killed In Explosion
199 200371458 03/01/2001 0454510   2434 Employee Suffers Minor Leg Damage After Machine Starts Up
200 200380343 02/13/2001 0336000 X 2493 Seven Survived And Three Died From Dust Explosion

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