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Tuesday
Feb 03
Florence, KY: Flames spread through a 300-foot-long pile of cardboard at a recycling plant. More Information

Monday
Feb 02
Daveluyville, QC: High winds hampered firefighters struggling to confine a fire at an oil factory. More Information

Monday
Feb 02
Sao Jose dos Campus, Brazil: Fire broke out next to a boiler at a steel plant. More Information

Monday
Feb 02
Hamburgo, Brazil: Nealy 30 tons of rubber burned in a factory fire. More Information

Monday
Feb 02
York, PA: A machine that shreds used tires caught fire at a recycling plant. More Information

Monday
Feb 02
Escanaba, MI: Area residents face rolling blackouts after an explosion damaged an electrical substation. More Information

Monday
Feb 02
Daveluyville, QC: High winds hampered firefighters struggling to confine a fire at an oil factory. More Information

Sunday
Feb 01
Sriricha, Thailand: Fire destroyed 6 warehouses at a Chinese-owned tire plant. More Information

Sunday
Feb 01
Serra, Brazil: Fire destroyed an upholstery factory. More Information

Sunday
Feb 01
Holyoake, MA: Fire broke out in a tractor-trailer parked indoors at a factory. More Information

Sunday
Feb 01
Norwalk, OH: A faulty furnace is blamed for elevated CO levels at a packing material plant. More Information

Sunday
Feb 01
Hafr Al-Batin, Saudi Arabia: Fire spread from a burning truck to a sponge factory. More Information

Sunday
Feb 01
Speedway, IN: An ammonia leak was reported at a bottling plant. More Information

Saturday
Jan 31
Leominster, MA: 2 plastics factory workers were treated for carbon monoxide exposure. More Information

Saturday
Jan 31
Cumru, PA: Fire swept through an aluminum flatbed trailer manufacturer. More Information

Friday
Jan 30
Christchurch, New Zealand: Leaking ammonia forced the evacuation of a cold storage facility. More Information

Friday
Jan 30
Port Adelaide, Australia: Fire smouldered in a pile of cardboard at a recycling plant. More Information

Thursday
Jan 29
Midlothian, TX: Fire swept through a portion of a steel plant in which tire wire and shredded tires were stored. More Information

Thursday
Jan 29
Bloomingburg, OH: Fire broke out at an ethanol plant. More Information

Thursday
Jan 29
Central Point, OR: Flames billowed from a silo at an asphalt plant. More Information

Thursday
Jan 29
Creston, OH: A truck parked indoors at a dairy plant caught fire. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 28
Farmington, MA: A worker at a plant making automated doors was found beneath steel material. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 28
Hopewell, VA: An explosion rocked a chemical plant. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 28
Auckland, New Zealand: Firefighters contained a blaze at a furniture factory in a short period of time. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 28
Mount Joy, PA: A roaster caught fire at a factory making chocolate and cocoa. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 28
Bradford, PA: 2 oil refinery workers were injured by an electrical arc while working on equipment. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Coldwater, MI: A veteran firefighter working off-duty on a greenhouse construction project was injured when a scissor lift toppled. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Davenport, IA: Fire broke out in an oil barrel at an aluminum plant. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Roaring River, NC: Particle board hung up in a drying unit ignited, starting a fire at a hardboard siding plant. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Groves, TX: A chemical release at an oil refinery prompted a shelter-in-place order at an elementary school. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Martin, SC: A hazmat emergency involving a derailed train forced the evacuation of a nearby plant. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Temple, TX: At least 5 people were injured when toluene diisocyanate spilled at a plant making foam products. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Hadley, UK: Fire broke out in a furnace fan at a factory. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Portland, OR: Fire ignited in a paint booth at a truck manufacturing plant. More Information

Tuesday
Jan 27
Wellsville, KS: Fire broke out at a plant that recycles paper and wood products. More Information

Monday
Jan 26
Waxahachie, TX: A 330-gallon tote of sodium chlorite ruptured at a chemical plant, forcing an evacuation. More Information

Sunday
Jan 25
Fort St. John, AK: A pile of tree bark spontaneously combusted at a wood processing plant. More Information

Sunday
Jan 25
Jalan Kodiang-Padang Sera, Malaysia: A furniture factory and a heavy machinery workshop were destroyed in a fire. More Information

Sunday
Jan 25
Oak Creek, WI: Fire broke out in a coal silo at a power plant. More Information

Saturday
Jan 24
Hillsville, VA: Fire broke out in 2 filter houses at a yarn mill. More Information

Saturday
Jan 24
Webster Parish, LA: A worker jumped to safety when fire broke out at a natural gas plant. More Information

Saturday
Jan 24
Kuching, Malaysia: Firefighters needed 8 hours to put out a fire that broke out in an industrial park. More Information

Saturday
Jan 24
Columbia Falls, MT: A laboratory fire destroyed much of an alternative energy plant. More Information

Friday
Jan 23
St. Louis, MO: A 20-gallon spill of toluene forced the evacuation of a chemical plant. More Information

Thursday
Jan 22
Suffolk, VA: A tractor plant worker was trapped under a fallen piece of machinery. More Information

Thursday
Jan 22
Bhaba, India: Fire burned 26 hours at a hydroelectric power plant. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 21
Khandwa, India: A generator explosion at a power plant injured 4 people. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 21
Iowa Falls, IA: Several firefighters were treated for smoke inhalation after a fire at a grain processing plant. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 21
Beaver County, PA: A leak of nontoxic scrubber material into a stream from a power plant storage tank did not contaminate water supplies. More Information

Wednesday
Jan 21
Fargo, ND: A pile of rags was found burning inside a manufacturing plant. More Information

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