Incident Logs


Entries for November 2009

Tuesday
Nov 17
G├╝ssing, Austria: An explosion at a rapeseed oil mill triggered a fire. More information

Tuesday
Nov 17
Samut Prakan, Thailand: At least one building at a paint plant complex was gutted by fire. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Boxholm, IA: An explosion and fire were reported in a corn dryer. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Ludhiana, India: Two people died and four were injured in a boiler explosion at a textile dyeing unit. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Lyndhurst, VA: A forklift accident at a frozen food processing plant killed one. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Mariani, India: Fire that spread from a locomotive destroyed 17 railroad tankers carrying oil. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Minami, Japan: A barrel of chemicals exploded at a pharmaceuticals plant as workers attempted to neutralize it. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Perth, Australia: Fire destroyed a meat processing plant. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Port Angeles, WA: Floodwaters caused storage tanks at an oil terminal to tilt. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Rosemount, MN: An anhydrous ammonia release at a loading terminal left a truck driver dead and another injured. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Spartanburg, SC: Fire gutted a textile plant that recycles fibers used in cars. More information

Monday
Nov 16
Udyogpuram, India: A fire at a petrochemical plant injured two workers. More information

Sunday
Nov 15
New Delhi, India: A worker died in a fire at a factory making petroleum jelly. More information

Sunday
Nov 15
Spring Hill, TN: A fire at an auto assembly plant was quickly extinguished. More information

Sunday
Nov 15
Brieske, Germany: A fire at a biogas plant was quickly extinguished. More information

Saturday
Nov 14
Kragujevac, Serbia: A fire at an auto plant halted production nearly two weeks. More information

Saturday
Nov 14
Portage, IN: An explosion in an electric arc furnace at a hot-strip rolling mill injured eight workers More information

Saturday
Nov 14
Ashtabula Twp, OH: Titanium tetrachloride escaped from a hole in a reboiler at a chemical plant. More information

Saturday
Nov 14
Bocholt, Germany: Fire broke out at a chemical plant. More information

Saturday
Nov 14
Cameron, WV: An explosion at a compressor station injured one person. More information

Saturday
Nov 14
Erwin, TN: An equipment fire broke out at a plant that processes radioactive material. More information

Friday
Nov 13
Duren Sawit, Indonesia: Explosions at a gas distribution center killed one person. More information

Friday
Nov 13
Frankfort, KY: A tanker truck carrying 7000 gallons of whiskey overturned, spilling its contents. More information

Friday
Nov 13
Invermoriston, UK: A 16-mile stretch of road was closed after a barrel containing formic acid burst. More information

Friday
Nov 13
Steinenfeld bei Ringingen, Germany: An explosion at a biogas plant damaged two silos. More information

Thursday
Nov 12
Batavia, IL: 12 workers at an ice cream plant were exposed to ammonia fumes. More information

Thursday
Nov 12
Indianapolis, IN: A worker who fell into machinery at an electrical motor plant died. More information

Thursday
Nov 12
Inwood, WV: A cutting torch was used to free a lead mechanic at a fiberglass plant who died when he was pulled through a machine roller. More information

Thursday
Nov 12
Jakarta, Indonesia: A plant making ophthalmic lenses sustained damage from a major fire. More information

Thursday
Nov 12
Springfield, OR: A plywood press at a forest product plant caught fire. More information

Thursday
Nov 12
Trebsen, Germany: An explosion at a biogas plant killed one worker and injured two others. More information

Wednesday
Nov 11
Bhuj, India: A tanker truck under repair at a tanker-making company exploded, killing a worker and injuring another. More information

Wednesday
Nov 11
Lewisburg, PA: A grain roasting machine mounted on a truck exploded, spreading to the roof of a surrounding building. More information

Wednesday
Nov 11
Makhachklala, Russia: A bomb discovered at a trunk gas pipeline detonated before it could be disarmed. More information

Wednesday
Nov 11
Sidney, OH: An equipment fire at a gasket manufacturing plant spread to two chemical storage tanks. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Alliance, UK: Sparks from a cutting torch spread to bales of straw near electrical equipment at a foundry. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Canton, OH: A fire damaged electrical transmission equipment at a forging plant. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Clackmannanshire, UK: A fire at a cigarette filter paper printing plant burned for several days. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Chattanooga, TN: Fire broke out at a manufacturing plant. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Cluj-Napoca, Romania: A tanker carrying 20 tons of nitric acid crashed, spilling its load from a 30-foot high bridge. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Esmeraldas, Ecuador: Two workers suffered burns while cleaning an eight million gallon tank. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Gheen, MN: A lumber mill worker died when he was struck by wood hurled from a machine. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Kent, WA: A small explosion in a laboratory resulted in a partial evacuation at an aircraft plant. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Lawton, OK: Firefighters contained a fire at a rubber plant to the curing section. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Samlesbury, UK: Oil leaking from equipment caught fire at an aircraft parts factory. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Sequin, TX: Flames spread at a steel plant when a hydraulic line failed. More information

Tuesday
Nov 10
Urbana, IL: A dust explosion caused minor damage at a powdered cellulose plant. More information

Monday
Nov 09
Aylestone, UK: Fear of an explosion at a burning dyeing plant forced an area evacuation. More information

Monday
Nov 09
Dallastown, PA: Flames broke through the roof of an industrial tool plant causing extensive damage. More information

Monday
Nov 09
Decatur, AL: Soybeans stored at a grain processor caught fire, spreading a strong odor across the city. More information

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