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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 202464020 12/28/2006 0950643 X 1389 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Counter Weight
22 202453221 12/28/2006 0950642   3315 Employee Lacerates Finger On Machine Cover
23 201105749 02/18/2005 0950624   2021 Employee Is Burned By Hot Water And Steam
24 201068459 10/29/2004 0950632   2038 Employee Amputates Tip Of Finger
25 201119534 10/22/2004 0950643   7363 Employee'S Hand Caught Between Steel Rollers
26 201036886 10/21/2004 0950635   2026 Employee Burned By Steam And Hot Milk Products
27 201159324 04/29/2004 0950633   2499 Employee Amputates Fingers In Firewood Processor
28 200822427 12/09/2003 0521400   5039 Four Workers Are Hospitalized From Anhydrous Ammonia Spill
29 202344248 10/03/2003 0420600   2819 Five Employees Are Hospitalized After Chlorine Exposure
30 201953668 09/21/2003 0522000   2819 Employee Is Injured In Explosion At Chemical Plant
31 200901155 08/17/2002 0418400 X 2621 Two Employees Are Killed And One Injured In Boiler Explosion
32 200552230 06/06/2002 0625700 X 2911 One Employees Dies And One Other Injured In Fire
33 201795457 02/26/2002 0950644   3341 Empoyee Injuries Arms And Back From Chemical Burns
34 200552206 01/14/2002 0625700 X 2911,8999 Employee Dies Of Chemical Burns
35 200371532 02/07/2001 0454510   2819 Employee #1 Suffers Chemical Burn From Spill
36 202003935 08/04/2000 0317000   9999,2869,4959 Six Employees Injured After Inhaling Hydrofluoric Acid
37 200800324 05/22/2000 0523300   4911 Employees Injjured In Hydrogen Explosion
38 201340965 11/21/1999 0729700   3499 Three Employees Burned When Plant Explodes
39 170866263 10/19/1998 0950621   2032 Employee'S Fingertips Avulsed In Soup Processor
40 170570071 12/19/1995 0454510   2015 Employees Exposed To Ammonia Gas When End-Cap Ruptures

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