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Grain dust explosions: K-State grain scientist discusses causes, precautions

Dec 9, 2011
In the aftermath of an Oct. 29 grain elevator explosion in Atchison, KS, that claimed six lives and injured two others, Kansas State University (K-State) grain scientist Leland McKinney said that while grain and other kinds of dust can be dangerous, steps can be taken to reduce risk.

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