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Thursday
May 15
Auckland, New Zealand: A commercial laundry was evacuated when a drum of hydrogen peroxide began reacting. More Information

Thursday
May 15
Clarksdale, MS: The driver was arrested after a vehicle crashed into the gates of a power plant. More Information

Thursday
May 15
Karachi, Pakistan: A man died when fire broke out in a garment factory. More Information

Thursday
May 15
Lara, Australia: A small fire at as flare-making factory forced an evacuation. More Information

Thursday
May 15
Cuttack, India: 2 firefighters were injured battling a fire that destroyed 4 buildings in a tire retreating factory complex. More Information

Thursday
May 15
Los Angeles, CA: More than 10,000 gallons of oil spilled from a burst pipeline in the West Glendale area, spewing crude over a half-mile area. More Information

Thursday
May 15
Lorain, OH: Fumes from an unexpected chemical reaction reached workers at a steel plant. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Rancate, Italy: Fire broke out on the roof of a factory. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
San Martin Porres, Peru: Fire consumed a cotton warehouse. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Las Margaritas, Mexico: A fire at an electronics plant burned nearly 12 hours. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Rayong, Thailand: A plastics-recycling factory fire lasted less than an hour. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Bangkok, Thailand: A fire that damaged a factory making steel flasks started in a paint-spraying room. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Avon Lake, OH: An evacuation was ordered at a car plant when a worker smelled gas. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Machida, Japan: Burning magnesium hindered firefighters battling a metalworking plant fire. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Bardwell, TX: A storage tank containing ferrous sulfate caught fire at a chemical plant. More Information

Wednesday
May 14
Camp Pendleton, CA: An out-of-control brush fire crept closer to a nuclear power plant, prompting evacuations. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Ocoyoacac, Mexico: At least 10 people were injured in a chemical plant fire. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Jigang, China: A natural gas storage tank ignited at a steel plant closed nearly 8 years. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Lafayette, IN: An explosion at a metals recycling plant has injured a worker and damaged a passing car. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Binh Duong, Vietnam: Thousands of Vietnamese set fire to foreign factories in an angry reaction to Chinese oil drilling in the South China Sea. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Binh Duong, Vietnam: Thousands of Vietnamese set fire to foreign factories in an angry reaction to Chinese oil drilling in the South China Sea. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Harwich, UK: Fire crews called after smoke seen pouring from disused factory. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Oshawa, ON: Fire broke out in an air conditioning unit on the roof of a car plant. More Information

Tuesday
May 13
Royston, UK: A small gas leak during a laboratory experiment was enough to order the evacuation of a chemical plant. More Information

Monday
May 12
Kolkata, India: Fire broke out at a thermal power plant. More Information

Monday
May 12
Surat, India: An explosion at a scrap recycling plant injured 30, 10 critically. More Information

Monday
May 12
Gujarat, India: An explosion at an embroidery plant injured 33. More Information

Monday
May 12
Watsonville, CA: A fire in the outdoor storage yard of an agricultural packing plant rekindled several days later. More Information

Monday
May 12
Richmond, CA: Lubricating oil ignited in a steam boiler at a gasoline refinery. More Information

Monday
May 12
Woodville, OH: 2 workers were hospitalized after lightning struck a an aggregate plant. More Information

Monday
May 12
Harrisburg, PA: Burning warehouse collapses after several explosions. More Information

Monday
May 12
El Paso, TX: Paper and plastic caught fire in a massive recycling factory fire. More Information

Monday
May 12
Kennesaw, GA: An equipment fire at a company warehouse injured 3. More Information

Sunday
May 11
Mapleton, ND: Fire broke out in a dryer at a feed mixing plant. More Information

Sunday
May 11
Rensselaer, NY: Fire broke out at an iron and steel plant. More Information

Sunday
May 11
Jackson, MN: A fire suppression system held damage to a minimum when flames broke out at a manufacturing plant. More Information

Saturday
May 10
Burnley, UK: 2,000 tons of rubbish caught fire at a recycling center. More Information

Saturday
May 10
West Delhi, India: A massive fire broke out in a plastic and cardboard factory. More Information

Friday
May 09
Xishan, China: Welding work to the building's facade was underway when fire spread through an electronic plant. More Information

Friday
May 09
Buford, GA: A fire near a methane compressor shut down operations at a wastewater plant. More Information

Thursday
May 08
West Berlin, NJ: Fire collapsed the roof of a chemical plant warehouse. More Information

Thursday
May 08
Gainesville, GA: An ammonia line ruptured in a mechanical room for chillers at an agricultural processing plant. More Information

Thursday
May 08
Swainsboro, GA: Fire in an air conditioning unit forced the evacuation of a plant. More Information

Thursday
May 08
Wilmington, DE: Firefighters extinguished a fire in a turbine at a hydrogen-production plant. More Information

Wednesday
May 07
New Smyrna Beach, FL: A worker cut off a hand in a sawmill accident. More Information

Wednesday
May 07
Pooler, GA: A propane tank fire at a packaging plant spread to several trailers. More Information

Wednesday
May 07
Texas City, TX: A naphtha leak at an oil refinery closed a city street several hours. More Information

Wednesday
May 07
Accra, Ghana: A fire in a naphtha pipeline damaged a cocoa processing plant nearby. More Information

Wednesday
May 07
Brampton, ON: Several propane cylinders exploded aty a specialty gas plant. More Information

Wednesday
May 07
Dalton, GA: Fire broke out at an extrusion plant. More Information

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