Incident Logs


Entries for July 2010

Tuesday
Jul 13
Camp Washington, OH: A fire broke out in an exhaust fan at a steel treating plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Doncaster, UK: Nearly 80 percent of a food processing plant was damaged by fire. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Richmond, VA: Sulfur dioxide was detected leaking from a pipeline connecting a rail car & a wastewater treatment plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Ahmedabad, India: Fire damaged raw materials and finished goods at a textile factory. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Wichita, KS: An accident at an asphalt plant left 5 people with burns, several seriously injured. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Thurnscoe, UK: A fire in a food fryer spread to the roof of a food processing plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Huntsville, AL: Fire broke out at a weapons testing facility during a missile test. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Carthage, MO: A man died after he was injured in an accident at an explosives waste incinerator. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Corpus Christi, TX: An oil refinery reported a benzene release. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Grand Falls, NB: A moulding plant struck by fire is described as a complete loss. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Landis, NC: A yarn factory resumed production after a duct work fire. More information

Tuesday
Jul 13
Orleans, VT: A fire at a furniture factory followed an explosion in a system that vacuums sawdust. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Yaphank, NY: Foul smelling smoke rose from a compost plant for several hours. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Karachi, Pakistan: Fire gutted the inventory at a garment factory. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Fire erupted in a boiler at a cement plant. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Bond Hill, OH: A fire at a chemical plant that broke out in a power plant coal shute was quickly extinguished. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Point Comfort, TX: Leaking feed stock ignited a short fire at an olefins plant. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Golden, CO: 2 workers were treated after an ammonia line ruptured at a brewery, triggering evacuations. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Surrey, BC: Fire broke out at a furniture factory. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Samut Prakan, Thailand: A massive fire swept through a textile factory. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Kiriyat Ata, Israel: A furniture factory was destroyed by fire. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Albuquerque, NM: The gunman is among 3 people dead in a mass shooting at a fiber optics plant. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Brundidge, AL: A manufacturing plant closed for a 1-week vacation was destroyed by fire. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Spittelau, Austria: Hydrochloric acid leaked at a trash-to-steam energy plant. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Barry County, MI: Two teens fell into a molasses feed tank being cleaned and died. More information

Monday
Jul 12
South China Sea near Malaysia: 2 people suffered severe burns after a chemical tanker ship caught fire. More information

Monday
Jul 12
Hyderabad, India: A chemical plant explosion and fire injured three people. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Spallumcheen, BC: Heavy smoke from a sawmill fire forced nearby residents to evacuate. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Worthington, IN: Exhaust tubes at a hammer mill for corn ignited, spreading fire to the mill's roof. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Lowestoft, UK: Residents near a food processing factory fire are being urged to keep windows and doors closed. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Farmington, NM: More than 1,500 gallons of hydrochloric acid leaked at an oil field services facility. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Durham, UK: 40 tons of plastics & 15 tons of wooden pallets were destroyed by fire at a plastics plant. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Eugene, OR: Smoke from equipment friction set off fire alarms at a grain mill. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Hollendale, MS: Metal was being salvaged from a former fish plant when fire broke out. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Yeovil, UK: An equipment fire broke out at a leather goods factory. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Bridgeport, CT: 2 buildings at a specialty wax plant were destroyed in a 5-hour fire. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Buffalo, NY: Sprinklers doused a small fire at a metal finishing and plating plant. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
Prince Albert, SK: Heat from an emergency generator during a power outage ignited the roof of a water treatment plant. More information

Sunday
Jul 11
El Brega, Libya: 2 people were killed and 2 injured in a fire at a fertilizer complex. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Lafayette, LA: A benzoyl peroxide spill at a cosmetics plant was handled without incident. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Greendale, IN: Fire erupted in the bottle making area of a glass plant, the 2nd fire at the plant in 3 weeks. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
West Carrollton, OH: A silo being loaded with coal collapsed at a paper plant. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Franklin, OH: A newspaper printing plant worker was injured when his hand became caught in a machine More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Orlando, FL: A recycling plant worker had his leg severed by a machine. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Greenville, NC: Lightning ignited an out building containing acetone at a boat plant. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Upper Hanover, PA: An equipment fire shut down operations in a portion of a factory making chocolate. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Malabon City, Philippines: 6 people were hurt in an explosion that shattered a 5-story building inside a paper mill compound. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Martinberg, WV: A fire at an abandoned factory is under investigation as the latest in a series of arsons. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Conklin, AB: An oil well blowout sprayed an oil mist into the air for nearly 36 hours. More information

Saturday
Jul 10
Esmeraldas, Ecuador: A 1,300 barrel oil spill was reported at a refinery. More information

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