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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 200380343 02/13/2001 0336000 X 2493 Seven Survived And Three Died From Dust Explosion
202 200610913 01/10/2001 0111700   3995 No Employees Were Injured - Dust Collection System Explosion
203 200201283 12/11/2000 0418200   3273 Employee Struck By Bobcat
204 200001147 11/27/2000 0728500 X 3599 Employee Dies Of Smoke Inhalation In Fire.
205 202312898 11/22/2000 0950612   1629 Employee Falls From A Ladder And Is Hospitalized
206 201483930 10/26/2000 0950622 X 5162 Forklift Driver Dies In Toner Fire And Explosion
207 201793825 10/21/2000 0950644 X 3499 Two Employees Are Burned, One Dies Later
208 200630598 10/02/2000 0316400   4789 Three Employees Hospitalized After Fire In Dust Collector
209 200100824 08/17/2000 0522300   2899 Employee Burned In Mixing Vessel Explosion
210 201101714 08/04/2000 0950623   4911 Employee Burned In Wood Dust Explosion In Power Plant
211 200031102 07/21/2000 0521700 X 7699 One Employee Killed, One Injured, When Engulfed By Sugar
212 201082641 07/12/2000 0950625   9221 Employee Burned In Bomb Squad Detonation
213 200051019 07/05/2000 0728900 X 5153 Employee Suffocates When Buried In Grain Silo
214 200966612 07/05/2000 0352410   2499 Burn - Electrical Fault In Electric Switch
215 014318786 06/12/2000 0316700   3089 Six Employees Injured In Explosion Of Plastic Fines
216 200820850 04/29/2000 0521400   5941 Employee'S Face Burned When Munitions Ignite
217 201483534 04/24/2000 0950627 X 2892 One Employee Killed, One Injured In Chemical Explosion
218 201320231 04/24/2000 0317900 X 2951 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia When Engulfed By Material
219 170843387 03/16/2000 0950615   3441 Two Employees Burned When Aluminum Dust Explodes
220 170841316 03/07/2000 0950615   8999 Employee'S Face Lacerated In Power Plant Explosion

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