Incident Logs


Entries for June 2000

Friday
Jun 30
Philadelphia, PA: A leakingpipe carrying heated gasoline exploded at a refinery, injuring one and closing down anexpressway. More information

Wednesday
Jun 28
Bristol Township, PA: Vaporfrom a 21/2 gallon trichlorosilene spill resulted in a shelter-in-place order for nearbyresidents. More information

Wednesday
Jun 28
Lahore, Pakistan:Ananhydrous ammonia leak and fire at a cold storage facility killed one worker and injuredabout 24 others. More information

Wednesday
Jun 28
Huntington, IN: A flash fireat an air conditioning plant burned one worker on over 25 percent of his body. More information

Wednesday
Jun 28
Silsbee, TX: A fire in theconveyor system forced a temporary shutdown at a specialty siding plant. More information

Tuesday
Jun 27
Caldwell, ID: A worker in amilk products plant was trying to shut a leaky valve when he was severely burned by frigidliquid ammonia. More information

Tuesday
Jun 27
Collierville, TN: Fire brokeout in a booth used for electrostatic painting at an air conditioning plant. More information

Monday
Jun 26
Pittsboro, IN:A workerat a steel plant died after being crushed under the wheels of a heavy crane. More information

Monday
Jun 26
Columbus, OH: A fire at apaint plant caused the evacuation of about 150 plant employees. More information

Sunday
Jun 25
Al-Ahmedi, Kuwait:Arefinery explosion and fire killed five people and injured 50. More information

Friday
Jun 23
Amarillo, TX: A two-story coneof fiberglass resulted when a vat at a manufacturing plant leaked. Fire spread due to theheated material. More information

Thursday
Jun 22
Brandenburg, KY: Seven workerswere injured in an explosion in the nitrogen unit of a chemical plant. More information

Thursday
Jun 22
Franklin, IN: A welding torchwas in use when a small fire broke out at an automotive plant. More information

Monday
Jun 19
Socorro, N.M: A fire at a tirerecyling plant sent thick into the air. More information

Monday
Jun 19
Wilder, KY: A fire in a stripmill conveyor system temporary shut down a steel plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 17
Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec: Ablaze at an empty chemical plant resulted in the evacuation of 8,000 residents. More information

Friday
Jun 16
Colton, CA: Seventeen railroadcars derailed, setting two tankers on fire and creating a haz-mat situation. More information

Friday
Jun 16
Greensburo, N.C.: Fire brokeout in a polyurethane foam manufacturing plant, sending waves of noxious fumes into theair. More information

Thursday
Jun 15
Middleton, WI: Dimethylanilinespilled in several locations from a package at a national shipping service. More information

Tuesday
Jun 13
Cincinnati, OH: Six workerswere treated for smoke inhalation after a flash fire at a valve-molding plant. More information

Monday
Jun 12
Darien, CT:A 10,000gallon tanker truck carrying hydrochloric acid rolled over, killing at least one personand triggering evacuations. More information

Saturday
Jun 10
Tokyo, Japan: A chemical plantnorth of the city was hit by explosions that left four dead and 27 injured. More information

Wednesday
Jun 07
Blackman Township, MI: Anunderground pipeline ruptured, spilling thousands of gallons of gasoline into a nearbydrain that carried it to the Grand River. More information

Tuesday
Jun 06
Avon, CA: A fire at a refineryresulted in minor injuries for two workers. More information

Tuesday
Jun 06
Winston-Salem, N.C.: Fireignited inside an unused fume eliminator being dismantled at a dyeing and finishing plant. More information

Tuesday
Jun 06
Crossroads, KY: Nearly onemillion gallons of water and many truckloads of diret failed to extinguish a sawdust fireat a pallet plant. More information

Monday
Jun 05
Morgantown, N.C.:A blast at a graphiteindustrial plant left one worker dead and two injured. More information

 
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