Incident Logs


Entries for June 2008

Tuesday
Jun 24
Thornton Heath, U.K. : Fire broke out at a factory. More information

Tuesday
Jun 24
Verdi, NV: An explosion and fire at a metals plant injured one worker. More information

Monday
Jun 23
Seneca, S.C. : A squirrel triggered a substation explosion and fire at a textile plant. More information

Monday
Jun 23
Chattanooga, TN: Debris from renovation ignited at a manufacturing plant. More information

Monday
Jun 23
Dayton, OH: Nearly 1,800 gallons (6,600 liters) of spilled sodium hydroxide forced responders to evacuate a plating factory. More information

Monday
Jun 23
Guatemala City, Guatemala: A tanker truck being filled at a refinery exploded and burned. More information

Monday
Jun 23
Haverhill, MA: A paperboard plant worker died in a fall from a ladder. More information

Monday
Jun 23
Las Vegas, NV: A two-alarm fire broke out at an asphalt plant. More information

Sunday
Jun 22
Krishna Vihar, India: A fire in an illegal engine oil refinery took nearly 10 hours to extinguish. More information

Sunday
Jun 22
Alcoa, TN: Molten metal ignited a fire at an aluminum plant. More information

Sunday
Jun 22
Blount County, TN: Molten metal ignited a fire at an aluminum plant. More information

Sunday
Jun 22
Yeosu, South Korea: Thirty tons of liquefied carbon dioxide leaked at a chemical plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Newcastle, U.K. : A fire at a plant for building portable homes forced nearby residents to evacuate. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Quezon City, Philippines: A fire broke out at a textile factory. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Richmond Township, PA: A fire broke out in a smelter building at a battery plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Sugarcreek, OH: A small roof fire broke out near a smokestack at a brick plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Vancouver, B.C. : Fire damaged a wood products plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Auckland, New Zealand: Firefighters battled a fiberglass factory fire for four hours. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Balakovo, Russia: An ammonia leak at a meatpacking plant killed two workers. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Melbourne, Australia: Flames gutted a two-story metal recycling plant. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
Middletown, OH: A chemical reaction at a waste water treatment plant killed one worker. More information

Saturday
Jun 21
New Plymouth, New Zealand: Fire damaged a boat factory. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Blawnox, PA: Nearby homes were excavated when fire broke out at a chemical plant. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Cay Bay, Netherland Antilles: Fuel leaking from a ruptured line at a power plant ignited. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Kelowna, B.C. : Fire spread through a nutriceutical plant, injuring six people. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Menasha, WI: Fire destroyed a cheese factory. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Mount Pleasant, TN: Heavy fire broke through the roof of a recycling plant. More information

Friday
Jun 20
New Braunfels, TX: Three cement plant workers doing maintenance on a high voltage panel were burned. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Oil City, PA: A grinding machine at a metals plant caused a small fire. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Portage, IN: Fire destroyed a fertilizer mixing plant. More information

Friday
Jun 20
Oakland, CA: A fire raging through a block of buildings destroyed a bedspring manufacturing plant. More information

Thursday
Jun 19
Antwerp, Switzerland: Fire broke out in a refinery visbreaker unit. More information

Thursday
Jun 19
Harrisburg, S.D.: A worker at a concrete plant got his foot caught in a machine. More information

Thursday
Jun 19
Lancashire, U.K.: About 100 tons of shredded tires burned at a carpet underlay factory. More information

Thursday
Jun 19
Rio Linda, CA: A ruptured pipe spilled ammonia at a meat packing plant. More information

Thursday
Jun 19
Mobile, AL: A worker using an aluminum boat to tie off lines for a ship at a chemical plant dock died when the boat overturned. More information

Thursday
Jun 19
Newport, U.K. : Two hundred tons of household waste caught fire at a recycling plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Pocatello, ID: Fire broke out at a recycling plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Hillsburo, N.D.: A sulfur dioxide spill at a sugar refinery sent 21 people to local hospitals. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Whitestown, N.Y.: Workers were affected by sodium hydroxide fumes at a turbine plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Springfield, MO: Two manufacturing plant workers dismantling a metal storage bine were burned when fire ignited. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Texas City, TX: Responders applied foam to gasoline that leaked from a refinery storage tank. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Hamblien County, TN: Water to fight a chemical plant fire had to be brought to the scene in tankers. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Lakin, KS: Oil being unloaded from a tanker ignited at an asphalt plant, causing an explosion and fire. More information

Wednesday
Jun 18
Monett, MO: Welding was in progress when fire ignited in a roof dust collecting unit at a tent factory. More information

Tuesday
Jun 17
Lincolnshire, U.K. : Flames destroyed the roof of a cold storage facility. More information

Tuesday
Jun 17
Amarillo, TX: An air-emission scrubber at a poultry plant was struck by lightning. More information

Monday
Jun 16
Vineland, N.J. : A dumpster containing five tons of zinc caught fire at a soil recycling plant. More information

Monday
Jun 16
Bradford, U.K. : Pallets of rags outside a textile plant caught fire. More information

Monday
Jun 16
Buffalo Lake, MN: Fire damaged a meat processing plant. More information

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