Incident Logs


Entries for June 2012

Monday
Jun 18
Belle, MO: About 80,000 pound of coal burned when fire broke out at a charcoal plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 13
Visakhapatnam, India: An explosion at a steel plant killed 19 people. More information

Friday
Jun 08
Tampa, FL: A firefighter suffered injuries while battling a linen warehouse blaze. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Toledo, OH: Debris at a decommissioned power plant was accidently ignited by crews using propane cutting torches to salvage metal. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Grammacy, LA: The wooden roof of an aluminum plant caught fire as thunderstorms moved through the area. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Beijing, China: 2 workers were killed and another seriously injured when a blast occurred at a power plant. More information

Wednesday
Jun 06
Sarnia, ON: A small fire in a process unit did not affect production at a petrochemical plant. More information

Tuesday
Jun 05
Indiana Harbor, IN: An explosion in a furnace after maintenance damaged a steel plant. More information

Tuesday
Jun 05
Sliven, Bulgaria: A series of explosions rocked a depot where ammunition awaiting dismantling is stored. More information

Tuesday
Jun 05
Clayton, NC: A 300 gallon container of hydrochloric acid leaked after falling from a forklift at a pharmaceuticals plant. More information

Monday
Jun 04
St. Marys, OH: Fire broke out in a grain bin at a pet food factory. More information

Monday
Jun 04
Kilsyth, UK: Homes had to be evacuated as firefighters tackled a serious blaze in a chemical storage warehouse. More information

Monday
Jun 04
Ooltewah, TN: Fire broke out at a factory specializing in large batteries for commercial trucks. More information

Monday
Jun 04
Shaktinagar, India: Firefighters worked more than 4 hours to extinguish a fire at a coal hanging plant. More information

Monday
Jun 04
Narsingdi, India: Five workers conducting maintenance on a generator at a power plant suffered burns when fire broke out. More information

Sunday
Jun 03
Palladam, India: An explosion destroyed an automated production unit at a gunpowder factory. More information

Sunday
Jun 03
Cherry Point, WA: Only days after returning to full operation after a February fire, a naphtha stripper malfunction at an oil refinery resulted in flaring. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Columbus, OH: Vapors from leaking oil ignited at a refinery. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Scarborough, ME: 3 workers at a firm specializing in cleaning equipment to make semiconductors were exposed to dangerous vapors created by a chemical reaction. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Vadodara, India: A fire in a truck tanker carrying flammable chemicals spread to 2 other tankers nearby. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Dallas, TX: A food plant worker was critically injured when he fell inside a large flour mixer. More information

Saturday
Jun 02
Channelview, TX: Welding was underway at an oil storage facility when an explosion killed a worker and injured another. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Hanover, PA: Molten metal leaking from a furnace caused a foundry explosion when it came in contact with water. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Lancaster, PA: A worker at a factory making industrial thermometers was deconned after being splashed with potassium hydroxide. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Morelia, Mexico: Fire damaged a paper mill with no injuries reported. More information

Friday
Jun 01
East Longmeadow, MA: A forklift ruptured a pipe containing ammonia, shutting down a laminate manufacturer for nearly 5 hours. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Fifield, WI: Fire ripped through a recycling center. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Pascagoula, MS: An explosion at a fertilizer plant left a worker dead and 2 injured. More information

Friday
Jun 01
Pike County, IN: At least 3,000 gallons of ethanol leaked in a multi-car train derailment. More information

 
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