Incident Logs


Entries for April 2009

Saturday
Apr 18
Sharjah, UAE: Fire destroyed 5 warehouses in an industrial area. More information

Friday
Apr 17
Lyon Twp., MI: An explosion at an aluminum recycling plant injured 3 workers. More information

Friday
Apr 17
Malacca, Malaysia: An explosion at an industrial facility killed a worker. More information

Thursday
Apr 16
Gummidipoondi, India: 5 workers died when a furnace exploded at an iron foundry. More information

Thursday
Apr 16
La Bastide de Bousignac, France: Fire followed a sawdust explosion at a thermal insulation plant. More information

Thursday
Apr 16
Lyon Twp., MI: A gas leak caused an explosion at an aluminum recycling plant. More information

Wednesday
Apr 15
Cazuca, Columbia: A worker died from burns received in an explosion at a plant. More information

Tuesday
Apr 14
Bargerville, IN: Runoff from a rubber recycling plant fire threatened a nearby waterway. More information

Tuesday
Apr 14
Denbigh, UK: A fire was reported at an animal feed factory. More information

Tuesday
Apr 14
Eggendorf, Austria: Several gas cylinders exploded at a plant, injuring a worker. More information

Monday
Apr 13
Canete province, Peru: A bus collided with a tanker truck loaded with 10 tons of LPG, killing 20 people. More information

Monday
Apr 13
Cummings, FL: Nitric and hydrochloric acid used in cleaning reacted, forcing workers at a kitchen appliance plant to evacuate. More information

Monday
Apr 13
Danville, VA: A sprinkler system at a chemical plant doused spreading flames. More information

Monday
Apr 13
El Paso, TX: About 500 gallons of hydrochloric acid spilled at an electronic plant. More information

Monday
Apr 13
Leicester, UK: Firefighters responded to a metal finishing plant. More information

Monday
Apr 13
Peterlee, UK: Responders dealt with a chemical spill at a bearings plant. More information

Monday
Apr 13
San Antonio, TX: An ammonia leak at a beverage company forced an area evacuation. More information

Sunday
Apr 12
Bicken Hill, UK: A tanker truck carrying gasoline and diesel caught fire on a major highway. More information

Sunday
Apr 12
Ogoniland, Nigeria: A manifold fire forced a shutdown of flow stations feeding a major pipeline. More information

Sunday
Apr 12
St. Charles, MO: A series of explosions rocked a lubricant plant. More information

Saturday
Apr 04
Torrance, CA: A refinery worker was burned while working on a coker unit. More information

Friday
Apr 03
Baiyanggou, China: A lime kiln collapsed, trapping four people. More information

Friday
Apr 03
Birmingham, AL: A truck transporting ethylene glycol overturned, causing a hazmat emergency. More information

Friday
Apr 03
Brewton, AL: Responders rescued 3 workers from a railroad tank car after they were overcome by fumes. More information

Friday
Apr 03
Burlington, CO: A fire in a grain elevator resulted in an area evacuation. More information

Friday
Apr 03
Skikda, Algeria: A gasoil pipeline erupted in flames at an oil refinery. More information

Thursday
Apr 02
Badmal, India: Fire broke out at an ordinance plant. More information

Thursday
Apr 02
Lac-Brome, Quebec: 2 workers at a shampoo and cosmetics plant were treated after exposure to glycerine fumes. More information

Thursday
Apr 02
Sarnia, Ontario: A research laboratory at a rubber plant caught fire. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Gela, Italy: A furnace explosion rocked a gasoline process unit at an oil refinery. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Erdington, UK:  Workers evacuated a shipping facility after a chemical spill. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Jamnagar, India: Fire broke out in a delayed coker at an oil refinery. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Ponta Pora, Brazil: A storehouse of chemicals ignited at a refrigerator manufacturing plant. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Silverton, S. Africa: A worker drowned in a paint vat at an industrial facility. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
South Hadley, MA: A chemical reaction ignited a fire at a roofing materials company. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Transdniestria, Moldovan: A gas pipeline explosion seriously impacted deliveries to Russia and Bulgaria. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Utorogu, Nigeria: Vandalism shut down a major gas plant. More information

Wednesday
Apr 01
Vale, New Caledonia: Sulfuric acid leaking from a nickel ore treatment plant killed several hundred fish. More information

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