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Tuesday
Mar 25
Bhiwandi, India: Fire gutted a dyeing factory. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Gorham, ME: Fire spread through a cabinet factory. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Cleveland, OH: A triple alarm fire broke out at an unoccupied potato chip factory. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Shuaiba, Saudi Arabia: A transformer was gutted in a fire at a desalination plant. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Knapsack, Germany: A worker died when he fell from a scaffold during construction at a chemical plant. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Tourcoing, France: Debris from a broken milling machine caught fire in a fume extractor at a rubber products plant. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Silven, Bulgaria: Fire destroyed a textile factory leaving 250 people out of work. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Newton, IL: A soybean oil spill at a biodiesel production facility polluted nearby waterways. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Eje Vial Lara Rivera Juarez, Mexico: Fire swept through a factory making cardboard. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
West Hartford, CT: A fire that began in the heat treating department at a gun factory caused it to be evacuated. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Nong Chok, Thailand: A fire at a plastics plant warehouse was quickly extinguished. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Karachi, Pakistan: 200 workers were safely evacuated from a burning garment factory. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Brownsville, TN: Fire broke out at a former lawn mower factory now used for storage. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Columbus, IN: A buildup of carbon and oil ignited a fire-retardant cover on a press at a drive shaft factory. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Nerul, India: A leak in a chemical plant boiler spread carbon particles across the area. More Information

Tuesday
Mar 25
Ambernath, India: A chemical plant fire killed 1 and injured 4. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Auckland, New Zealand: Authorities issued a shelter-in-place order when hydrochloric acid spilled at an industrial building. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Cataguases, Brazil: Fire destroyed a storage building at a chemical factory. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Chester Hill, Australia: Fire broke out at a factory complex. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Goshen, IN: Methane gas ignited, causing extensive damage at a wastewater treatment plant. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Haidong, China: A transformer fire threatened a metal alloys plant. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Heywood, Australia: A worker operating tree harvesting equipment was crushed to death inside the machine. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Whiting, IN: Oil mixed with refinery cooling water was accidentally released into Lake Michigan. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Lucas Heights, Australia: A recycling plant worker died when he was swept into a stormwater drain. More Information

Monday
Mar 24
Martinsburg, PA: Firefighters responded to a fire at a shoe factory making work boots. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Serzedo, Portugal: A vacant glass factory was among numerous businesses destroyed by fire. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Owen Sound, ON: Fire all but destroyed a former boat manufacturing plant. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Doukkala, France: Fire broke out during routine maintenance at a sugar refinery. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Odisha, India: A 50-foot chimney being dismantled at a milk processing plant killed a worker when it fell. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Dereham, UK: Fire broke out at a wood mouldings factory. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Cantarell Field, Gulf of Mexico: A fire on an offshore drilling platform injured 3. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Cloverdale, CA: Fire broke out in an building rented by a company that sharpens industrial saws. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Hamilton, ON: A fire at an industrial waste management company did not involve hazmat. More Information

Sunday
Mar 23
Paris, IL: Sprinklers helped contain a fire at a lighting factory. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Kalijanj, Bangladesh: A gas line exploded at a factory, injuring 5. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Martham, UK: Fire tore through a former mushroom factory. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Mendoza, Argentina: An oil tank exploded at a refinery, affecting more than 3 percent of the firm's total output of crude but leaving no fatalities. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Texas City, TX: A partially submerged barge blocked the entrance to the Houston Ship Channel. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Gadani, Pakistan: A passenger bus collided with a diesel tanker that exploded, killing 36. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Tasmania, Australia: A pressure cooker exploded at a meat processing plant. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Edmonton, AB: Low water pressure hindered fire fighting when flames raced through the inventory at a wooden pallet plant. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Adelaide, Australia: A fire that started in piles of fabric gutted an industrial cleaning business. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Ulverstone, Australia: A fire in a deep fat fryer was quickly extinguished at a food processing plant. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Pomona, CA: Bundles of plastic caught fire at a recycling plant. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Storm Lake, IA: Responders spend 3 hours battling a fire at a turkey processing plant. More Information

Saturday
Mar 22
Segensworth, UK: Police evacuated and cordoned off a recycling center amid fears of a hazardous chemical leak. More Information

Friday
Mar 21
Pantanaccio, Italy: A homeless man died in a fire at a vacant factory. More Information

Friday
Mar 21
Assiut, Egypt : Fire broke out at a factory processing cotton for medical use. More Information

Friday
Mar 21
Buffalo, NY: A fire swept through a vacant factory listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More Information

Friday
Mar 21
Livermore Falls, ME: A worker suffered minor injuries when part of the roof collapsed at a pallet factory. More Information

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