Incident Logs


Entries for June 2007

Friday
Jun 15
Sydney, Australia: A lightning strike is blamed for a furniture plant fire. More information

Thursday
Jun 14
West Valley City, UT: Fire broke out in an assembly line at a plant specializing in carbon fibers. More information

Thursday
Jun 14
City of Industry, CA: An acidic gas leak at a plant specializing in industrial cleaning supplies forced an evacuation. More information

Thursday
Jun 14
Point Comfort, TX: Seven workers were treated after contact with hydrogen fluoride gas at an aluminum plant. More information

Thursday
Jun 14
Elkhart County, IN: One worker was killed in a fire at a recycling plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 13
Crowley, TX: Two people were injured when a gas storage tank exploded. More information

Wednesday
Jun 13
Bedford, IN: A tank containing 1,500 gallons of molasses ruptured at an agricultural processing plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 13
Villers-Saint-Paul, France: A worker lapsed into a coma after being found inside a chemical tanker. More information

Wednesday
Jun 13
Harrison, PA: Fire broke out at a glass recycling plant, forcing workers to flee. More information

Tuesday
Jun 12
Garrapinillos, Spain: An explosion and fire were reported at a fireworks factory. More information

Tuesday
Jun 12
Daqing, China: An explosion in a catalytic reforming unit rocked a petroleum refinery. More information

Tuesday
Jun 12
Celina, TX: A storage tank containing 5,500 gallons of powdered iron ore ruptured at a chemical plant, injuring one worker. More information

Tuesday
Jun 12
Hackensack, N.J.: Fire broke out in a laboratory at a pharmaceutical plant. More information

Tuesday
Jun 12
Toronto, Ontario: A recycling plant fire closed a major highway. More information

Monday
Jun 11
Yichang City, China: An explosion involving a synthetic ammonia production line injured 23 chemical plant workers. More information

Monday
Jun 11
Gainesville, GA: An explosion at a die casting company injured one worker. More information

Monday
Jun 11
Corlu, Turkey: Four employees died in a boiler explosion at a curtain factory. More information

Monday
Jun 11
Toulouse, France: A release of hydrochloric acid was reported at a chemical plant. More information

Monday
Jun 11
Riverside, CA: Fire spread through a woodworking plant with at least one explosion reported. More information

Monday
Jun 11
Middleport, N.Y.: Fire destroyed a cold storage and fruit processing plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 09
Xinjiang, China: One worker was killed and 23 others overcome when an ammonia pipeline burst at a food processing plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 09
Wyalusing, PA: More than 600 workers were evacuated after an ammonia leak was discovered at a food processing plant. More information

Friday
Jun 08
Rotem, Belgium: At least 20 employees were overcome by a toxic vapor cloud at a paint factory. More information

Friday
Jun 08
Firebaugh, CA: An explosion caused extensive damage at a 24-megawatt biomass power plant. More information

Friday
Jun 08
Mount Sterling, KY: Leaking ammonia ignited and blew out a wall at a food processing plant. More information

Friday
Jun 08
Muskogee, OK: An ammonia spill forced a local business to evacuate. More information

Friday
Jun 08
Greeneville, TN: A uncontrolled chemical reaction resulted in the evacuation of a metal foundry. More information

Thursday
Jun 07
Milwaukie, WI: Three workers were treated when ammonia leaked at a cold storage company. More information

Thursday
Jun 07
Olkiluoto, Finland: A fire triggered the automatic shutdown of a nuclear reactor. More information

Thursday
Jun 07
Bridgeview, IL: An explosion and fire in a vat at an aerosol plant left one worker injured. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Canton, OH: A malodorous sulfur dioxide release at an oil refinery lasted more than 30 minutes. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Haughton, LA: An explosion injured two workers who were shredding old butane and propane tanks at an idle gas processing plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Lincoln, MT: An explosion and fire destroyed a propane company’s maintenance shop. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia: Two tons of ammonia leaked out of a cargo ship in a fishing port, causing one death. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Sheboygan Falls, WI: Fire destroyed a historic tannery plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Salt Lake City, UT: A 12,000 gallon propane tank ignited at an airport. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Durham, N.C.: A tanker overturns and spills its chemical contents. More information

Tuesday
Jun 05
Maracaibo, Venezuela: A gas pipeline feeding an industrial area catches fire. More information

Tuesday
Jun 05
Valle de Aspe, France: A chemical truck dumped 5,000 gallons of potassium hydroxide into a mountain stream, killing fish for four miles More information

Monday
Jun 04
Crewe, U.K: A fire that started in a machine used to crush aerosol cans spread throughout a chemical plant. More information

Monday
Jun 04
Belding, MI: A hazardous release forced the evacuation of a company specializing in chlorine tablets. More information

Monday
Jun 04
Piplaj, India: An explosion and fire were reported at a petrochemical plant. More information

Monday
Jun 04
Peshawar, Pakistan: A scrap metal truck at a steel plant explodes, killing one and injuring others. More information

Sunday
Jun 03
Columbo, Sri Lanka: A large fire on a docked oil freighter send several to the hospital. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Marlow, OK: Three people were treated after a small explosion involving a tanker truck being loaded. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Strathcona County, Alberta: An oil refinery continued operation at reduced capacity after a fire in a crude oil processing unit. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Bethlehem, PA: A fire at a steel plant was quickly extinguished. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Cove Point, MD: Wooden construction material at an LNG facility was quickly extinguished after catching fire. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Tomsk Region, Russia: A pipeline which supplies this coal mining region exploded and burned. More information

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