Incident Logs


Entries for February 2014

Friday
Feb 28
San Marcos, Mexico: Fire broke out in machinery used to make plastic soles for shoes. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Portage, WI: A cement form crushed a worker to death at a concrete plant. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Lawton, OK: A portion of a chemical plant was evacuated due to fire. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Redford, UK: Fire broke out at a derelict industrial site. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Chittagong, India: Fire broke out in an oil refinery tank farm, injuring 9. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Milford, CT: A 14,000 psi natural gas leak temporarily shut down a power plant. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Grantham, UK: Fire broke out in machinery at an appliance recycling plant. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Maglizh, Bulgaria: An explosion at a munitions factory killed a worker. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Fort Frances, ON: An explosion at a forest products plant left a worker in critical condition. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Melbourne, Australia: A worker suffered serious burns in a factory fire. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Mount Maunganni, New Zealand: A chemical plant caught fire, releasing potentially toxic smoke. More Information

Friday
Feb 28
Upper Port LaTour, NS: A worker at a seafood plant was injured by a conveyor belt. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Joinville, Brazil: Fire swept through a foam pillow plant. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Morgan Hill, CA: A tanker truck spilled more than 1,000 gallons of gasoline. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Caracus, Venezuela: Firefighters battled a clothes factory fire in a high-rise building. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
North Sea, UK: An oil worker died after falling overboard from an offshore platform. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Hythe, UK: A worker fell from a ladder onto the roof of an industrial site. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Portage, IN: Welding was underway when fire broke out in an oil pit at a metals foundry. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA: A portion of an industrial park had to be evacuated after a caustic solution reacted with the humidity. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Johannesburg, S. Africa: The roof of a plastics factory collapsed during a fire. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Lahore, Pakistan: The inventory of a factory making cardboard was reduced to ashes. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Oakfield, WI: A worker at a food processing plant was killed when he became tangled in machinery. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Sneads, FL: A pin sized leak in a 150-gallon barrel of chlorine triggered a hazmat emergency at a power plant. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Baton Rouge, LA: No evacuations were ordered as the result of a small fire at an oil refinery. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia: Fire destroyed a plywood factory and its staff quarters. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Roanoke County, VA: Fire broke out at an asphalt plant. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Bromborough, UK: A fire involving an acetylene cylinder was reported at an industrial site. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
San Andreas, CA: An 18 wheeler carrying sodium hypochlorite flipped on its side. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Almalyk, Uzbekistan: An overturned tanker spilled 600 liters of sulfuric acid at a chemical plant. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Ocala, FL: Fire broke out at an industrial laundry facility across the street from a fire station. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Alibaug, India: 6 people died and 20 were injured in an explosion at a fireworks factory. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Ilminster, UK: Firefighters battled a blaze at a bearings plant. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Blayney, Australia: A chemical spill at an hazmat disposal facility resulted in area evacuations. More Information

Thursday
Feb 27
Horwich, UK: Fire ripped through a plastics recycling plant. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Vilela, Portugal: Fire damaged a furniture factory employing 200 workers. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Porto Alegre, Brazil: A factory specializing in store decorations caught fire. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Peculiar, MO: A worker at a factory making metal buildings was pinned between a tractor and trailer. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Reddick, FL: Hot oil lines ignited at an asphalt plant. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Lordstown, OH: A contract worker suffered a "crushing injury" while dismantling obsolete equipment at a car plant. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Creech St. Michael, UK: 1 person suffered burns and 2 were treated for dry powder inhalation after a fire in an industrial unit. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Kelowna, BC: Fire destroyed a camper manufacturing plant. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Kaikohe, New Zealand: Reports of an explosion and released of 30,000 liters of gas at a geothermal plant were denied by the owners. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Cutler, IN: A boiler malfunction led to a hog farm fire that killed 1,000 animals. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Guelph, ON: A worker at a plant making aerial work platforms was injureed by a tow-motor machine. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Malmö, Sweden: Several thousand tons of sugar melted during a sugar refinery fire, spilling like hot lava into the countryside. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Buddennovsk, Russia: An explosion and fire injured 15 workers at a polyolefins plant. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Houston, TX: A tanker truck leaking anhydrous hydrogen chloride resulted in a 7-hour shelter-in-place order. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Budyonnovsk, Russia: A fire in the ethylene section halted production at a petrochemical plant. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Newark, OH: A machine fire spread across the roof of a factory making fiberglass. More Information

Wednesday
Feb 26
Baan Manik, Thailand: Fire broke out on the roof of a warehouse at a glove factory. More Information

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