Incident Logs


Entries for September 2007

Thursday
Sep 20
Boonville, N.C.: A fire in the duct system at a textile plant proved difficult for firefighters to reach. More information

Thursday
Sep 20
Cheyenne Hub, WY: A compressor station fire cut the flow of natural gas through a major pipeline by half. More information

Thursday
Sep 20
Cleveland, OH: An extensive fire broke out at a sugar processing plant. More information

Thursday
Sep 20
Grantham, U.K.: Fire destroyed an electronics recycling plant. More information

Thursday
Sep 20
Holbeach St. Marks, U.K.: A food processing plant was evacuated after delivery truck carrying flour caught fire. More information

Thursday
Sep 20
Maricopa, AZ: High winds spread flames through a tire stockpile at a recycling plant. More information

Thursday
Sep 20
Orlando, FL: Three workers required treatment after cleaning products being mixed created a cloud of chlorine and ammonia at a produce supply warehouse. More information

Thursday
Sep 20
Willemstad, Curacao: Eleven workers died in an oil tanker explosion in the Caribbean. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Beech Island, S.C.: A small fire broke out at a paper products plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Durban, S. Africa: Fire spread through storage tanks at a chemical storage terminal. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Godmanchester, U.K.: A chemical fire moved through a factory specializing in promotional items. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Kolkata, India: Fire damaged a plant specializing in making CD recordings. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Maple Ridge, B.C.: More than 50 firefighters responded to a fire at a battery plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Middlesbrough, U.K.: Fire spread throught the offices of a glass plant warehouse. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Mississauga, Ontario: A smoky fire broke out at a paper recycling plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Neenah, WS: Concern about an overheated resin compound led to the evacuation of a manufacturing plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Rome, GA: The contents of a grain mill silo that became overheated is expected to smolder for days. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Rotherham, U.K.: At least a ton of ammonia gas leaked at a food processing plant, injuring three. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Siparia, Trinidad and Tobago: Two workers were injured in an oil storage tank explosion at a refinery. More information

Wednesday
Sep 19
Wright City, MO: A warehouse containing convenience store products, including motor oil, was a total loss due to fire. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Ashtabula, OH: Fire broke out in the dust control system above a rubber plant grinding machine. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Baiji, Iraq: Insurgents attacked a crude oil pipeline, spilling large amounts in the Tigris River. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Blackshear, GA: A wood products plant was destroyed by fire. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Chilliwack, B.C.: Firefighters worked 35 minutes to free a workers arm caught in a conveyor belt. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Kirkcadly, U.K.: A worked died in an accident at a floorcoving factory. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Navassa, DE: A worker was welding when fire broke out at an oil recycling plant. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Tulsa, OK: A plant that manufactures weight training equipment was shut down when a hydraulic compressor caught fire. More information

Tuesday
Sep 18
Washington, U.K.: A worker at an exhaust systems place caught his hand in a moving lathe. More information

Monday
Sep 17
Crevillent, Spain: An arson fire destroyed part of a textile factory. More information

Monday
Sep 17
Florence, KY: A 250-gallon container of liquid used to treat metal products caught fire at a paint factory. More information

Monday
Sep 17
Lahore, Pakistan: An electrical fire broke out at a garment factory. More information

Monday
Sep 17
Mauston, WS: A worker was crushed to death while helping to move heavy equipment at a cold forging plant. More information

Monday
Sep 17
Orange City, IO: A fire in a stainless steel oven disrupted production at a food processing plant. More information

Monday
Sep 17
Wrexham, U.K.: Fire broke out in the dust extraction ducts at a wood panel plant. More information

Monday
Sep 17
Berlin, CT: Ten workers were exposed to cyanide at a hardware factory. More information

Sunday
Sep 16
Superior, WI: Shorted power lines created smoke and fire near an oil refinery. More information

Sunday
Sep 16
Port Arthur, TX: A gasoline leak in an underground pipeline was quickly brought under control. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Aishbagh, India: Fire broke out at a paint factory as thinner was being transferred from a tanker. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Camden, TN: A fire at a magnesium recycling plant resulted in about a half dozen explosions. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Chesteron, IN: A steel plant worker was injured when mobile boom he was operating tumbled into a furnace pit. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Lowell, MI: A firefighter fractured a leg battling a fire at steel processing plant. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Melbourne, Australia: A 25-ton shipping container of ethyl acrylate began leaking. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Ottawa, Ontario: Explosions rocked a recycling plant. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Richmond, IN: Fire destroyed a storage building at a plastics plant. More information

Saturday
Sep 15
Riverside, IO: A fire on the roof of an aluminum plant was quickly extinguished. More information

Friday
Sep 14
Dover, OH: A small fire and chlorine spill was reported at a chemical plant. More information

Friday
Sep 14
Phoenix, AZ: Hundreds of wooden pallets caught fire at a trucking company. More information

Friday
Sep 14
Victoria, TX: Two workers at a company specializing in rubber linings were injured when chemicals being applied to a rail car filled with hydrochloric acid burst into flames. More information

Thursday
Sep 13
Albany, WA: A particle board plant caught fire, injuring one worker. More information

Thursday
Sep 13
Benson, AZ: A power outage triggered an ammonia release at a commercial gas plant. More information

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