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Saturday
Mar 08
Lyttleton, New Zealand: A landslide damaged a storage tank spilling 1,500 liters of jet fuel into a harbor. More Information

Saturday
Mar 08
Jacksonville, FL: Conveyor belt starts steel plant fire. More Information

Saturday
Mar 08
Spanish Steps, Guam: Responders safely removed 49 55-gallon drums filled with hazmat from the grounded Japanese commercial fishing vessel. More Information

Saturday
Mar 08
Portsmouth, NH: A transfer motor malfunctioned while oil was being transferred from one tank to another, spilling 300 gallons. More Information

Saturday
Mar 08
Port Neches, TX: A crew worked to clean up 100 barrels of crude oil that spilled during an accidental pipeline break. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Moudon, France: Fire broke out in a factory warehouse. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Herseaux, France: Fire broke out at a machine tool factory. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Rautalampi, Finland: Fire broke out in the ceiling of a factory making saddle chairs. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Engis, Denmark: An explosion at a munitions factory injured 2. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Fresno, CA: Fire hydrants near a burning warehouse did not work. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Jhansi, India: An electrical fire broke out at a power plant. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Holyoak, MA: A worker at an electrical equipment factory suffered burns when his clothes caught fire. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Dammam, Saudi Arabia: Fire broke out at a power plant feeding a cement plant. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Achimota, Ghana: A plastics production plant caught fire. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Melbourne, Australia: A worker broke his leg when he fell into moving machinery. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Waterford, Ireland: A packing plant worker suffered crush injuries in an accident involving a cherry picker. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Green Bay, WI: Workers evacuated a water filtration plant when a chlorine leak was discovered. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Danville, IL: Fire gutted a building at a company making automated equipment. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Haifa, Israel: Fire broke out in a xylene furnace at an oil refinery. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Rotorua, New Zealand: Firefighters responded to 2 separate fires at a sawmill on the same day. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Tangshan, China: A blast at a chemical plant making explosives killed 1 with 12 missing. More Information

Friday
Mar 07
Chicago, IL: An oil container caught fire at a steel plant. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Boston, MA: A malfunctioning RR crossing arm blocked firefighters trying to reach a warehouse fire. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Wilmington, DE: A flash fire at a polyurethane resins and coating manufacturing plant injured 1. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Axminster, UK: Fire spread through 6 vehicles at an industrial estate. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Alconbury, UK: Firefighters battled a fire in an industrial unit. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Moora, Australia: Fire swept through an industrial bakery. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Dhaka, Bangladesh: No injuries were reported in a garment factory fire. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Omsk, Russia: Casualties were reported in an explosion and fire at a synthetic rubber plant. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Batavia, IL: A 100-year-old aluminum foundry burned. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Cedar Rapids, IA: An electrician found dead at an agricultural products plant is believed to have been electrocuted. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Mosinee, WI: A truck caught fire inside a recycling plant. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Sheboygan, OH: Workers used on site fire hoses to battle flames at an engine parts factory. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Belton, SC: A worker died when a burning generator pumped carbon monoxide through his air supply mask. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Terry County, TX: A demolition worker at a car recycling plant was crushed to death by a falling silo. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Plainfield, NJ: A stack of steel beams fell over at a metals factory, crushing a worker to death. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Kuibyshev, Russia: A fire at a refinery is expected to shut down production for 5 days. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Huguenot, NY: A fire in the compressor room of a factory caused extensive smoke. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Crosslake, MN: Flames collapsed a portion of the roof at a factory making hydraulic brush cutters. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Pittsfield, NH: A pizza manufacturing plant fire depleted the town's water supply, resulting in school closures. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Mandya, India: 5 workers died due to asphyxiation when they entered a waste oil storage tank in a private factory. More Information

Thursday
Mar 06
Mailiao Twp., Taiwan: 2 employees at an oil refinery's naphtha cracker complex suffered minor burns after a hydrogen leak ignited. More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Glenrothes, UK: A small leak of sulphuric acid and hydrogen peroxide was reported at a semiconductor plant. More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Froghall, UK: A explosion at a factory making copper products rocked nearby homes. More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Algiers, Algeria: Fire spread through a fats production facility near the port. More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Germiston, S. Africa: A food factory went up in flames. More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Coldwater, MI: An explosion involving molten aluminum rocked a metals foundry. More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Follansbee, WV: The fire suppression system at a carbon composite plant extinguished More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Natchitoches, LA: Firefighters contained a small fire caused by an overturned tractor trailer before the flammable contents could ignite. More Information

Wednesday
Mar 05
Algona, IA: A railroad worker was injured when he fell beneath a train at a biodiesel plant. More Information

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