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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 200990976 05/06/2005 0551800 X 1799 Employee Is Asphyxiated When Buried In Dust Avalanche
202 170105050 10/29/1998 0551800 X 2048 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia In Wheat Bin
203 014464358 04/08/1987 0551800   3069 Employee Burned In Churn Fire When Xylene And Dust Ignite
204 000997379 03/17/1987 0551800   4911 Coal Pulverizer Explosion At Power Generating Station
205 170107395 11/17/1993 0551800   5153 Explosion - Grain Dust Ignited By Exposed Live Parts
206 000976217 10/03/1992 0551800 X 3567 Employee Killed By Flash Fire
207 170365944 10/29/2003 0551800 X 3365 Aluminum Dust Explosion Injures Six Employees And Kills One
208 200995835 06/14/2007 0551800 X 2499 Two Employees Suffer Burns; One Employee Dies
209 202637401 08/07/2012 0551800 X 1799 Employee Injured By Coal Dust Explosions
210 000731513 03/27/1987 0551800 X 1799,3312 One Employee Killed, Two Injured In Dust Collector Fire
211 200998748 10/27/2010 0551800 X 1796 Worker Dies After Falling Through Deteriorated Roof
212 200994184 05/09/2005 0551800   3312 Three Employees Are Hospitalized Due To Dust Inhalation
213 000914200 01/25/1989 0552624   2099 Employee Injured In Sugar Dust Explosion
214 201408630 05/08/2013 0552651 X 1711 Worker Is Killed In Fall Through Roof Skylight
215 108537.01 08/10/2018 0552651   Six Employees Are Injured When Engulfed By Blast Furnace'S H
216 201392420 05/01/2011 0552652 X 3341 Employee Falls And Strikes Head, Later Dies
217 201390945 02/01/1999 0552652 X 4931 Six Employees Killed In Explosion
218 201390382 01/16/2002 0552652 X 4911 Employee Killed In Coal Dust Explosion
219 111154.01 10/04/2018 0552652   Employee Sustains Severe Throat Irritation From Inhaling Lar
220 102897.01 10/17/2017 0552652   Employee Slips While Cleaning A Dust Collector And Amputates

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