Incident Logs


Entries for July 2008

Friday
Jul 04
Ferndale, MI: A chemical plant pump used to transfer polymer disintegrated in use, triggering an evacuation. More information

Friday
Jul 04
Industriepark Hochst, Germany: A water curtain was used by refinery firefighters after diphyl fumes were released. More information

Friday
Jul 04
Kearny, NJ: An electrical fire at a power plant sent smoke billowing into the sky. More information

Friday
Jul 04
Tarbock Green, UK: A blaze at an ink factory threatened to ignite highly flammable solvents. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Cork, Ireland: Hydrochloric acid leaked at a fertilizer plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Elyria, OH: A four-story factory used for making sinks and tubs was destroyed by fire. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta: A storage well at a chemical plant began leaking. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Fire spread through the ventilation system at a power plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Kahna, Pakistan: One person died and 11 were injured when a vessel exploded at a pharmaceuticals plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Lanesburo, MN: A tanker truck spilled more than 3,000 gallons of ethanol into a river. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
City of Industry, CA: A fire broke out at a plastics plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Jusuit Bend, LA: Three contract workers doing maintenance on an oil refinery steam line were scalded by a release. More information

Thursday
Jul 03
Xinjiang, China: 7 people died in an oil tank explosion. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
Crystal Lake, IL: Fumes ignited during maintenance on a paint booth that severely damaged a plant specializing in conveyor systems. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
Louisville, KY: A reaction in a rail tanker containing methyl-methacrylate triggered a haz mat emergency at a chemical plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
New Milford, CN: Two paper mill workers became ill after being exposed to vapor venting from a tank of bleach. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
Newport Beach, CA: A 300-gallon barrel of overheated hypoxy triggered an evacuation at an adhesives plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
Wilmington, DE: A worker at an ash processing plant was trapped 30 feet in the air by a conveyor belt. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
York, NE: Fire broke out in the dryer ductwork at an ethanol plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
Grandview, WA: An electrical fire spread through a potato processing plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 02
Savannah, GA: Three men were injured in an explosion at an aerospace manufacturer. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Godfrey, IL: A fire in a vacuum system forced the evacuation of a plastics plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Grandview, WA: An electrical fire spread through a food processing plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Hardin County, TX: Lightning ignited a fire in a tank battery at an oil transfer station. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Lubeck, WV: A transformer exploded at a plastics recycling plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Milford, CN: Firefighters were tested for exposure to toxic chemicals after a fire at a paint factory. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Niigata, Japan: Fire broke out in the dryer ductwork at an ethanol plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Sakai, Japan: A small fire near a crude distillation unit was enough for officials to shut down production at an oil refinery. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Winchester, KY: A small fire broke out at a biodiesel plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Edison, NJ: Trace amounts of cadmium leaked at an avionics plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Plock, Poland: A refinery fire injured two workers. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Sitra, Bahrain: Fire destroyed a paint factory. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Birmingham, UK: A fire broke out at a factory in the center of the city. More information

Tuesday
Jul 01
Cedar Rapids, IA: Three workers were injured in an accident involving an elevator shaft at a cereal plant warehouse. More information

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