Incident Logs


Entries for July 2013

Thursday
Jul 11
Tehran, Iran: 4 workers died when flames spread through a textile factory. More Information

Thursday
Jul 11
South Bend, IN: Sprinklers helped contain a fire at an adhesives and sealants plant. More Information

Thursday
Jul 11
Houston, TX: A worker at an appliance parts distributor died when he was pulled into a packaging shredder. More Information

Thursday
Jul 11
Suizhou, China: A chemical plant explosion killed 2 and injured 7. More Information

Thursday
Jul 11
Millington, TN: 2 workers at a waste management facility suffered chemical burns during a fire. More Information

Thursday
Jul 11
Indianola, MS: Fire destroyed a hardwood flooring plant. More Information

Thursday
Jul 11
Port Botany, Australia: A valve malfunction at a refinery spilled 130,000 litres of unleaded fuel. More Information

Wednesday
Jul 10
Sarnia, ON: A small electrical fire broke out at the administration building of a refinery. More Information

Wednesday
Jul 10
East Longmeadow, MA: A small fire broke out at a saw manufacturing plant. More Information

Wednesday
Jul 10
Seri Bandi, Malaysia: A factory worker died when he became entangled in a palm oil processing machine. More Information

Wednesday
Jul 10
Columbia, MO: A small fire broke out in an ash collection silo at a power plant. More Information

Tuesday
Jul 09
Industry, CA: Flames gutted an abandoned fruit packing plant. More Information

Tuesday
Jul 09
Meriden, CT: A lightning strike ignited a factory fire. More Information

Tuesday
Jul 09
Springfield, MO: Fire at a metal recycling plant sent heavy smoke into the air. More Information

Monday
Jul 08
Krasnoyarsk, Russia: An explosion at a hydropower plant killed 2. More Information

Monday
Jul 08
Amarillo, TX: Molten metal ignited hydraulic lines at an electrical products plant. More Information

Monday
Jul 08
Ridgefield, WA: A forklift battery melted while being recharged, injuring 14 warehouse workers. More Information

Sunday
Jul 07
Elkton, NJ: A metal-based chemical plant was closed when fire broke out. More Information

Sunday
Jul 07
Thurrock, UK: An explosion in a chemical plant scrubbing machine caused a leak that injured 1. More Information

Sunday
Jul 07
Doddridge County, WV: A flash fire at a natural gas well site injured 5, of which 2 later died. More Information

Sunday
Jul 07
New Milton, WV: An explosion at a drilling site injured 5 workers, 1 dying 18 days later. More Information

Saturday
Jul 06
Lac-Megantic, QC: A series of explosions followed the derailment of a runaway train carrying crude oil, leaving 42 dead and 5 still missing. More Information


Friday
Jul 05
Lodge Grass, MT: A gasoline pipeline spilled 25,000 gallons of product on a Native American reservation. More Information

Friday
Jul 05
Greenfield, UK: A coat hanger factory suffered its 2nd major fire in several months. More Information

Friday
Jul 05
Yorkville, WI: Fire broke out in plastic pallets stacked outside a plant making hydrostatic transmissions. More Information

Friday
Jul 05
Takoradi, Ghana: An explosion rocked a thermal power plant. More Information

Friday
Jul 05
Sturtevant, WI: Exploding propane tanks spread fire through a hydraulic equipment plant. More Information

Friday
Jul 05
Pohang, S. Korea: A series of explosions in a metals plant blast furnace ignited a fire. More Information


Friday
Jul 05
South Beloit, IL: Gas explosions rocked a burning recycling plant. More Information

Friday
Jul 05
Bossier, LA: Molten zinc leaking on electrical equipment ignited a fire at a coated steel products plant. More Information


Tuesday
Jul 02
Auckland, New Zealand: Dye leaking from a bulk container caused a fish kill in a nearby stream. More Information

Tuesday
Jul 02
Phoenix, AZ: An explosion in an electrical cabinet reduced power production at a nuclear plant. More Information


Tuesday
Jul 02
Singapore: Nearly 100 tons of oil spilled after the collision of 2 ocean going bulk carriers. More Information

Monday
Jul 01
Middlebro, MB: With no hydrants nearby, a bottled water plant was destroyed by fire. More Information

Monday
Jul 01
Almaty, Kazakhstan: A traffic accident involving a gasoline truck resulted in a fire that killed the driver. More Information

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