Incident Logs


Entries for November 2007

Friday
Nov 30
Santa Clarita, CA: An explosive pressure release at a candy factory injured five workers. More information

Friday
Nov 30
Eureka, CA: Only a small spill resulted when a bridge collapsed under a tanker truck. More information

Friday
Nov 30
Lewisburg, TN: Flames were reported in a warehouse at a pets product factory. More information

Friday
Nov 30
Molalla, ID: A worker set ablaze when a propane truck caught fire managed to climb into the cab and drive it outside. More information

Friday
Nov 30
Port Augusta, Australia: Part of a power plant had to be shut down when oil leaked into the boiler, coal storage and duct work. More information

Friday
Nov 30
Port of Tampa, FL: Fire broke out in a metal shredder at a metal recycling plant. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Albany, N.Y.: A port worker was crushed to death when a crane fell. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Clearbrook, MN: Two workers died when a fire erupted as they were repairing a 34-inch crude oil pipeline. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Inverurie, U.K.: Arson is being blamed for a fire at a meat packing plant. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Islampur, Bangladesh: Factions supporting either of two brothers feuding over control of a light bulb factory clashed at work. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Lincoln, NE: A motorcycle plant worker was burned below the knees when he stepped into chemicals. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Manchester, GA: An explosion was reported at a metals plant. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Mount Laurel, N.J.: A small spill of sulfuric acid from a leaking tanker truck hindered local traffic. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
New Delhi, India: A fire broke out in a broom factory. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Perinton, N.Y.: Two workers were trapped when a freight elevator broke loose and fell about 10 feet. More information

Thursday
Nov 29
Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand: Four buildings at a local factory burned down within one hour. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Bowerston, OH: Fire broke out at a stair factory. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Deer Park, TX: A small flange fire in a coking unit had no impact on production at an oil refinery. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Durango, CO: An explosion destroyed two cooling towers at a natural gas plant. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Huzhou City, China: Three workers were killed in an explosion at a chemical plant. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Old Fort, N.C.: Responders quickly controlled a fire that broke out at an acoustical materials plant. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Philadelphia, PA: A large oven at a commercial bakery caught fire. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Saline County, NE: About 4,000 gallons of anhydrous ammonia was released by vandals. More information

Wednesday
Nov 28
Yangquan, China: An explosion reduced a fireworks factory to rubble, killing 11. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Accomac, VA: A waste truck leaked chicken fat along a 20 mile stretch of highway, causing four accidents. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Anderson, IN: A former worker pleaded guilty to setting a fire at a magnesium recycling plant that caused $12 million in damage in January 2005. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Durban, South Africa: An overturned tank truck spilled nearly 4,000 gallons of oil. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Benton Twp., MI: A tanker truck carrying ethanolamine was discovered to be leaking at a rest stop. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Hunan, China: An explosion at a fireworks factory killed 13 workers. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Jefferson City, MO: A tractor-trailer carrying fuel overturned and burst into flames, killing the driver. A damaged highway bridge will have to be replaced. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Keaau, HI: Flames damaged a warehouse at a food processing plant. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
North York, Ontario: Fire damaged a clothing factory. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Omaha, NE: A worker was trapped under a crane at a factory specializing in industrial supplies. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Shetland Island, U.K.: A small fire broke out in a water injection pump aboard an offshore oil platform. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Sydney, Australia: A gas leak resulting from a factory fire triggered an area evacuation. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Upper Macungie Twp., PA: Two workers reported feeling faint while packaging pills at a pharmaceuticals plant. More information

Tuesday
Nov 27
Yancheng City, China: Seven workers died in a chemical plant explosion. More information

Monday
Nov 26
Bakersfield, CA: A cutting torch was in use when two storage tanks at an oil facility exploded. More information

Monday
Nov 26
Brampton, U.K.: Two barrels of zirconium shavings self-ignited at a metal processing plant. More information

Monday
Nov 26
Findley, N.D.: Fire shut down production at a plant specializing in wood products. More information

Monday
Nov 26
Los Angeles, CA: An explosion at a cosmetics factory injured four workers. More information

Monday
Nov 26
Mount Ayliff, South Africa: Fire workers at a timber mill were injured when fire broke out. More information

Monday
Nov 26
Phoenix, AZ: A semi rig overturned, dumping diesel into the storm drains. More information

Monday
Nov 26
Topeka, KS: Gasoline spilled in a tanker truck collision that closed an interstate highway. More information

Sunday
Nov 25
Cheddleton, U.K.: Fire ignited in an oven at an animal rendering plant. More information

Sunday
Nov 25
Shetland, U.K.: Workers were evacuated when fire broke out aboard a North Sea oil platform. More information

Sunday
Nov 25
Wichita, KS: Leaking hydraulic fluid ignited at a factory specializing in camping gear. More information

Saturday
Nov 24
Arima, Trinidad: Flames damaged a paint production facility. More information

Saturday
Nov 24
Darkuman, Ghana: An explosion was reported at a gas plant. More information

Saturday
Nov 24
Grand Island, NE: An electrical fire at a beef processing plant shut down operations for three days. More information

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