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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201069473 06/27/2005 0950632   3761 Employee Is Exposed To Tabular Aluminum Chemical Fumes
142 200623494 06/10/2005 0454713   1795 Employee Is Burned In Demolition Of Paint Spray Booth
143 200994184 05/09/2005 0551800   3312 Three Employees Are Hospitalized Due To Dust Inhalation
144 200990976 05/06/2005 0551800 X 1799 Employee Is Asphyxiated When Buried In Dust Avalanche
145 201119831 05/03/2005 0950643   2834 Two Employees Are Injured In Pharmaceutical Flash Fire
146 201086550 04/14/2005 0950625   722 Employee Develops Eye Infection From Flying Dust
147 200529733 04/12/2005 0751910   3083 Employee Amputates Four Fingers In A Dust Collector
148 201106440 03/11/2005 0950624   2084 Employee Is Injured In Fall Off Conveyor
149 200611762 01/24/2005 0111700   2431 Fire Occurs At Millwork Facility In Dust Collection System
150 201692530 01/01/2005 0950662   2087 Two Employees Are Hospitalized Due To Diacetyl Exposure
151 200921625 10/04/2004 0355112   2434 Employee Suffers Severed Hand
152 200880920 08/30/2004 0215800 X 2048 Employee Crushed By Accidental Release Of Grain From Truck
153 201182128 06/21/2004 0950611   1623 Employee Amputates Tip Of Finger
154 202076089 06/10/2004 0453730   7389 Three Employees Injured In Dust Explosion
155 200012060 04/16/2004 0729300   2439 Employee Suffers Burn When Sawdust Ignites
156 202086732 04/15/2004 0524700   1799 A Worker Was Struck By A Steel Plate Which Fractured His Arm
157 201166378 02/18/2004 0950641   3398 Employee Suffers Second And Third Degree Burns In Explosion
158 201084910 11/24/2003 0950625   2429 Employee'S Finger Is Partially Amputated
159 170365944 10/29/2003 0551800 X 3365 Aluminum Dust Explosion Injures Six Employees And Kills One
160 201145026 10/24/2003 0950631   3672 Employee Becomes Ill After Inhaling Crystalline Dust

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