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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 97725.015 07/29/2017 0552652 X Employee Is Killed From Asphyxiation While Cleaning A Corn D
42 97583.015 07/24/2017 0316700   Worker Is Struck By Falling Equipment, Incurs Leg Fracture
43 97268.015 07/17/2017 1032500   Two Employees Are Caught In Combustible Dust Fire And Suffer
44 97232.015 06/23/2017 0950635   Employee Is Caught By Explosion And Suffers Burns To Face An
45 99615.015 06/02/2017 1054115   Four Employees Are Clearing Blockage In Boiler System And Su
46 95993.015 05/31/2017 0523300 X Five Employee Killed; Twelve Employee Are Hospitalized In Mu
47 97102.015 05/16/2017 0453730 X One Employee Killed; One Injured In A Dust Explosion
48 96118.015 04/17/2017 0950632   Employee Doing Dust Control Is Found Unconscious
49 94254.015 03/24/2017 0355110   Employee Amputates Finger When Clearing Dust Collector
50 92182.015 01/06/2017 0418100   Employee Is Burned And Hospitalized When Forklift Catches Fi
51 90837.015 09/26/2016 0551800 X Employee Is Killed In Grain Elevator Explosion
52 84492.015 04/09/2016 0551800 X Employee Working Inside Tank Dies From Heart Attack
53 82859.015 02/08/2016 0418200 X Employee Is Killed In Feed Mill Explosion
54 80568.015 10/24/2015 0953220 X Employee Is Caught In Between A Trench And Trenching Equipme
55 79945.015 09/23/2015 0418100   Employee Is Burned When A Dust Collector Explodes
56 76556.015 05/05/2015 0355111 X Employee Suffocates When Trapped In Truck Cab
57 70128.015 01/23/2015 0213100 X Employee Receives Burns And Is Killed From Fly Ash Released
58 76658.015 01/08/2015 0552652 X One Employee Dies, Three Hospitalized From Fire And Smoke In
59 71642.015 10/04/2014 0523400 X Employee Dies From Asthma Attack
60 60990.015 04/26/2014 0626600 X Two Employees Are Killed, Two Injured From Dust Explosion

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