Incident Logs


Entries for July 2010

Friday
Jul 16
Dalian, China: Twin pipeline blasts sparked massive fires that burned for 15 hours. More information

Friday
Jul 16
South Glens Falls, NY: Fire broke out at a tissue plant. More information

Friday
Jul 16
Lexington, KY: An overheating oven at a metal processing plant caused a fire. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Hamburg, Germany: Molten copper leaking from a furnace ignited cabling at a smelter. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Milwaukee, WI: Construction equipment caught fire at a machine-making plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
West Haven, CT: Equipment caught fire at a cotton manufacturing plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Upper Southampton, PA: A volatile adhesive used by roofers ignited at a plant making special hose. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Ayutthaya, Thailand: 35 workers fell ill from fumes at a jewelry factory. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
El Paso, TX: A machine used to produce plastics caught fire at manufacturing plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Robertson County, TN: A drilling rig worker was injured in an explosion when the rig hit a methane pocket. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Casablanca, Morocco: Flammable plastics created problems for firefighters battling a carpet plant fire. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Salisbury, MA: A welder was injured when vapors ignited aboard a barge being repaired. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Ayutthaya, Thailand: A fire at an ornament factory killed 1 and injured 107 others. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Newark, NJ: A tank containing sulfuric acid exploded at a biodiesel plant, splashing a worker. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Durgapur, India: At least 27 people were taken ill after toxic methane and carbon monoxide gases leaked from a blast furnace at a steel plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Karad, India: A tanker truck fell 200 feet into a stream, spilling its 16 ton load of potassium bromide. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Tarragona, Spain: A fire at an asphalt plant injured two workers, one seriously. More information

Thursday
Jul 15
Fulda, Germany: Strong winds fanned flames at a paint and coatings plant that spread into a storage area for plastic parts. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Pfaffenhofen, Germany: Ammonia leaked from a faulty tank at a brewery. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Mainz-Mombach, Germany: A major fire broke out at a recycling plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Ohlendiek, Germany: Copper sulfate spilled from an overloaded trailer at a rest stop on a major roadway. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Kirwin, MO: Acetylene gas cylinders stored on a burning utility truck exploded, injuring 6 firefighters. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Tyrol, Austria: A fire broke out at a coating factory. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Rockeyview, AB: A trucking company worker was injured when he became trapped between the turret and base of a crane. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Durgapur, India: One person died & 18 were injured when a boiler at an alloy plant burst. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Mansfield, OH: A large exhaust system at a welding plant caught fire. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Amsterdam, NY: Fire broke out in an abandoned factory building used to store books. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Blackburn, UK: Fear that a gas explosion could rip through an industrial estate triggered an area evacuation. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Milwaukee, WI: A 3-alarm fire struck an industrial building. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Mumbai, India: Responders from private chemical plants resolved a chlorine leak at the local port. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Jamestown, NY: A fire at a power plant was extinguished after an hour-long battle. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Fond du Lac, WI: Storm water backed up into a furnace at an outboard motor plant, causing an explosion & fire. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Los Angeles, CA: Chunks of concrete rained down on firefighters in a series of explosions at a factory making titanium golf clubs. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Butte, MT: A car being disassembled indoors at a recycling plant caught fire. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Ocala, FL: Fire ignited in a silo at a closed factory that formerly made simulated wood products using plastic. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Shawnee, KS: Leaking methane ignited at a waste management company. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Crewkerne, UK: An equipment fire broke out at a factory. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Clairton, PA: 15 people were injured in a coke oven explosion at a steel mill. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Tulsa, OK: Fire started in a paint shop & spread through the duct work at a winch factory. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Wangara, Australia: Fire broke out in a waste hopper at a laminating factory. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Sarnia, ON: Firefighters responded to a false alarm at a specialty chemicals plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
West Melbourne, Australia: A man was crushed to death by a a 2.7 ton steel drum than fell while being lifted by a crane. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Stormrivier, South Africa: A factory worker died when he fell into a wood chipper. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Santa Catarina, Mexico: An explosion at a pipeline killed a backhoe operator and forced the evacuation of over 700 people. More information

Wednesday
Jul 14
Schwaz, Austria: Fire broke out at a coating factory. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Arlington, TX: A gas well worker was crushed to death in a drilling rig accident. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Okayama Prefecture, Japan: Fire halted production at a plant specializing in magnetic steel used in electric motors. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Moapa, NV: A power plant worker died in an industrial accident. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Mount Edgecombe, South Africa: Fire broke out at a chemical plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Skowhegan, ME: An electric fire caused minor damage at a shoe factory. More information

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