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Friday
Jul 26
Milfay, OK: An explosion at a natural gas processing plant injured 3 workers and shut down hundreds of wells. More information

Friday
Jul 26
Mainaschaff, Germany: A cloud of corrosive gas was released from a metalworking plant, triggering a shelter-in-place order. More information

Thursday
Jul 25
Burns Harbor, IN: No injuries were reported from a fire at a steel plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 25
Canton, GA: Firefighters were able to contain an ammonia leak that forced the evacuation of a chicken processing plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 25
Olney, IL: Two explosions rocked a dairy. No injuries were reported. More information

Wednesday
Jul 24
Beaumont, TX: A small fire in a refinery process unit pumped black smoke into the sky. More information

Wednesday
Jul 24
Birmingham, UK: A large fire resulted in the evacuation of hundreds of factory workers. More information

Wednesday
Jul 24
East Point, GA: 8 workers were treated after an ammonia leak at an ice-making plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 24
Hobbysville, S.C.: A tractor-trailer overturned spilling 24 tons of ammonium nitrate fertilizer and 100 gallons of diesel. More information

Tuesday
Jul 23
Carole Park, Australia: Fire spread through 3 buildings at a foam mattress plant. More information

Tuesday
Jul 23
Neosho, MO: An ammonia leak at a poultry plant forced the evacuation of a nearby hotel. More information

Tuesday
Jul 23
Shanghai, China: Ethylene crackers operating at an oil refinery exploded. No injuries reported. More information

Tuesday
Jul 23
Trainer, PA: A fire forced the shutdown of a 180,000-barrels-a-day refinery. More information

Monday
Jul 22
Battle Creek, MI: Chemical fumes inside a pumping room resulted in an explosion and flash fire at an auto parts plant. More than 20 workers were injured. More information

Monday
Jul 22
Lockport, N.Y.: A large cloud over a chemical plant was the result of a steam explosion. More information

Sunday
Jul 21
Coventry, UK: Fire broke out in a plastic moulding machine and spread through an aviation plant. More information

Sunday
Jul 21
Wroclaw, Poland: Firefighters battled a raging natural gas well fire. More information

Sunday
Jul 21
Toronto, Canada: A major gas pipeline fire resulted in two separate blazes. More information

Saturday
Jul 20
Lancing, TN: EPA took charge of extinguishing an oil well fire, one of the largest in state history. More information

Saturday
Jul 20
Manhattan, N.Y.: A transformer explosion at a power plant created a large power outage. More information

Saturday
Jul 20
Escravos, Nigeria: Lightning ignited an 180,000 barrel crude oil storage tank at a major oil terminal. More information

Friday
Jul 19
Kosovo, Yugoslavia: Several worker managed to escape after being trapped by flames when lightning hit a power plant. Nearly 30 people were injured. More information

Friday
Jul 19
North Haven, CT: A massive engine plant was evacuated for almost 4 hours after a spill that turned out to be wastewater. More information

Friday
Jul 19
Rock Hill, S.C.: A conveyor belt fire spread into 2 silos at a chemical plant. More information

Friday
Jul 19
Thanksgiving, N.C.: A gasoline tanker overturned spilling large amounts. More information

Friday
Jul 19
York County, S.C.: Sparks created by rubbing metal ignited a silo conveyor at a chemical plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 18
Novomoskovsk, Russia: Nearly 70 people requested treatment after a chlorine spill at a chemical plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 17
Montreal, Quebec: A small spill of dichlorobutene at a warehouse facility sent 2 people to the hospital. More information

Wednesday
Jul 17
Solesmes, France: No injuries were reported in a small explosion and fire at a plant specializing in steel treatment products. More information

Tuesday
Jul 16
Orchard Beach, MD: A manhole explosion at a power plant injured six workers. More information

Monday
Jul 15
Alexandra, Prince Edward Island: A major fire at a plastics recycling plant covered the county with choking smoke. More information

Monday
Jul 15
Modesto, CA: A fire damaged electrical switching equipment at a food processing plant, shutting down operations. More information

Monday
Jul 15
Richards Bay, South Africa: More than 100 people suffered sulphur dioxide and sulphur trioxide poisoning after a gas leak from a fertilizer plant. More information

Monday
Jul 15
Tacoma, WA: 6 crew members were treated after a hydrazine spill while unloading their vessel. More information

Sunday
Jul 14
Detroit, MI: A 2-alarm fire was reported at an axle plant. More information

Saturday
Jul 13
Gary, IN: A crack in a steel plant blast furnace forced a shutdown. More information

Saturday
Jul 13
Elmwood Township, MI: An ammonia leak at a food processing plant resulted in an explosion and fire that gutted the building. More information

Saturday
Jul 13
White Lund, UK: 14 people were treated after fire broke out at a chemical plant. More information

Friday
Jul 12
Singapore: A tanker carrying 1,200 tons of gasoline caught fire. The ship sank after parts of it were flooded to extinguish the blaze. More information

Friday
Jul 12
Louisville, KY: About 1,600 gallons of whiskey leaked into sewers beneath the distillery, forcing a plant evacuation. More information

Friday
Jul 12
Rockland, ME: Propane fed flames spread through a local plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 11
Meadville, PA: A large liquid nitrogen leak was reported at a tool plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 11
Cosmopolis, WA: An explosion at a pulp mill released a chlorine vapor cloud that spread over a 1-mile area. More information

Thursday
Jul 11
Fontana, CA: Fire destroyed a 5,000 square foot office area at a rubber plant. More information

Thursday
Jul 11
Holly Hill, FL: An explosion at a recycling plant severed a workers hand. More information

Thursday
Jul 11
Marlow, OK: 3 workers suffered chemical burns while working on an oil rig. More information

Thursday
Jul 11
Smyrna, GA: Fire broke out a power plant after thousands of gallons of oil spilled from a failed transformer. More information

Wednesday
Jul 10
Cross Hands, UK: An ammonia leak at a meat processing plant injured 42 workers. More information

Wednesday
Jul 10
Lathrop, CA: Piles of chipped wood standing 20 feet tall caught fire at a wood recycling plant. More information

Wednesday
Jul 10
Rodeo, CA: Steam turbines shut down at an oil refinery, triggering heavy smoke and flaring. More information

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