Incident Logs


Tuesday
Oct 12
Eastpointe, MI: Fire damaged a metal plating plant. More information

Monday
Oct 11
Muskegon, MI: One worker was killed and two others injured in anexplosion at a steel foundry. More information

Thursday
Oct 07
Tyseley, UK: Two workers at a battery factory were hospitalizedafter inhaling fumes from a chemical spill. More information

Wednesday
Oct 06
Brackenridge, PA: A worker died with third degree burnsover 95 percent of his body after an accident involving molten metal. More information

Monday
Oct 04
Nachez, MS: Two workers were seriously injured in a fire at a tireplant. More information

Monday
Oct 04
Homestead, FL: A warehouse owned by a fertilizer company burned,releasing pesticides in the air. More information

Sunday
Oct 03
Olathe, CO: A fire and explosion at a plywood plant killedone worker and caused extensive damage. More information

Saturday
Oct 02
Portage County, WI: A major fire damaged a potato processingplant. More information

Friday
Oct 01
Barberton, OH: A fire at a plasticfactory resulted in extensive damage. Nearly 500 people were evacuated. An employeesuspended for absenteeism was later charged with arson. More information

Tuesday
Aug 31
Archer, FL: A chemical fire at a boat manufacturing plant forced nearby residents out of their homes. No injuries were reported in the fire. More information

Tuesday
Aug 31
Allentown, PA: A fire at a factory that makes furniture slip covers more than workers to area hospitals to be checked for exposure to chemical fumes. Some workers complained about nausea and other reactions. More information

Tuesday
Aug 31
Strum, WS: Nearly 5,000 gallons of gasoline spilled at a storage facility, forcing the removal of 3,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil. Cleanup included removing 2,000 gallons of gasoline and water from the site. More information

Tuesday
Aug 31
Archer, FL: A chemical fire at a boat manufacturing plant forced nearby residents out of their homes. No injuries were reported in the fire. More information

Tuesday
Aug 31
Strum, WS: Nearly 5,000 gallons of gasoline spilled at a storage facility, forcing the removal of 3,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil. Cleanup included removing 2,000 gallons of gasoline and water from the site. More information

Monday
Aug 30
Robards, KY: A food processing plant worker died after being crushed beneath an elevator during routine maintenance. Two other workers died at the same plant in July in an unrelated accident. More information

Monday
Aug 30
Phoenix, AZ: No injuries were reported in a metals-recycling plant blaze that took firefighters only 25 minutes to bring under control. More information

Monday
Aug 30
Robards, KY: A food processing plant worker died after being crushed beneath an elevator during routine maintenance. Two other workers died at the same plant in July in an unrelated accident. More information

Monday
Aug 30
Phoenix, AZ: No injuries were reported in a metals-recycling plant blaze that took firefighters only 25 minutes to bring under control. More information

Sunday
Aug 29
Baltimore, MD: An explosion triggered a two-hour, two-alarm blaze at a hazardous materials recovery plant. More information

Sunday
Aug 29
Fort Pierce, FL: At least seven firefighters were treated for headaches, nausea and skin irritations after battling a fertilizer plant fire that forced the evacuation of 2,000 nearby residents. More information

Sunday
Aug 29
Huntsville, AL: Three people were injured in a series of explosions at a fireworks plant that leveled several small buildings. Two of the three injured had second and third degree burns covering more than 80 percent of their bodies. More information

Sunday
Aug 29
Renton WA: More than 3,300 gallons of gasoline and aviation fuel spilled at a transfer station. The spill was contained on company property and more than half the fuel was recovered. More information

Sunday
Aug 29
Fort Pierce, FL: At least seven firefighters were treated for headaches, nausea and skin irritations after battling a fertilizer plant fire that forced the evacuation of 2,000 nearby residents. More information

Sunday
Aug 29
Huntsville, AL: Three people were injured in a series of explosions at a fireworks plant that leveled several small buildings. Two of the three injured had second and third degree burns covering more than 80 percent of their bodies. More information

Sunday
Aug 29
Renton WA: More than 3,300 gallons of gasoline and aviation fuel spilled at a transfer station. The spill was contained on company property and more than half the fuel was recovered. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
St. Louis, MO: Firefighters quickly extinguished a one-alarm blaze at a coffee factory. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
Oregon, Ohio: Production at a 140,000 barrel-per-day oil refinery dropped by half after a fire damaging a row of heat exchangers. Damage was not extensive. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
Chelan, WA: Fire destroyed a warehouse containing agricultural products, including pesticides. Authorities evacuated a one mile radius of the warehouse. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
Richland County, S.C.: An explosion related to a chemical leak in equipment used to make nylon shook a chemical plant. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
St. Louis, MO: Firefighters quickly extinguished a one-alarm blaze at a coffee factory. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
Oregon, Ohio: Production at a 140,000 barrel-per-day oil refinery dropped by half after a fire damaging a row of heat exchangers. Damage was not extensive. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
Chelan, WA: Fire destroyed a warehouse containing agricultural products, including pesticides. Authorities evacuated a one mile radius of the warehouse. More information

Saturday
Aug 28
Richland County, S.C.: An explosion related to a chemical leak in equipment used to make nylon shook a chemical plant. More information

Friday
Aug 27
Cornwall, Ontario: A train derailment resulting in a large spill of flammable alcohol forced the evacuation of hundreds from a busy shopping district. More information

Friday
Aug 27
Blair, NE: Hydrochloric acid and urea ammonium nitrate were inadvertently mixed during a delivery to a plant, creating corrosive fumes. More information

Friday
Aug 27
Cornwall, Ontario: A train derailment resulting in a large spill of flammable alcohol forced the evacuation of hundreds from a busy shopping district. More information

Thursday
Aug 26
Lebanon, MO: Eleven miles of interstate highway was closed for 16 hours after an unknown amount of nitric acid leaked from a tractor-trailer rig. More information

Thursday
Aug 26
Lebanon, MO: Eleven miles of interstate highway was closed for 16 hours after an unknown amount of nitric acid leaked from a tractor-trailer rig. More information

Tuesday
Aug 24
Odessa, TX: A railroad worker was injured when exposed to a small amount of sulfuric acid leaking from a tank car. More information

Tuesday
Aug 24
Beaumont, TX: Occupants of a college athletic facility were told to shelter in place after a release of sulfur dioxide from a nearby chemical plant. More information

Tuesday
Aug 24
Freeport, TX: A broken line at a chemical plant released more than 700 pounds of ammonia and 40 pounds of vinyl chloride in the atmosphere. More information

Tuesday
Aug 24
Freeport, TX: A broken line at a chemical plant released more than 700 pounds of ammonia and 40 pounds of vinyl chloride in the atmosphere. More information

Tuesday
Aug 24
Odessa, TX: A railroad worker was injured when exposed to a small amount of sulfuric acid leaking from a tank car. More information

Monday
Aug 23
Mapleton, OR: Nearly 1,500 gallons of gasoline leaked into a creek feeding the Siuslaw River when a gasoline tanker truck and a pickup collided. The tanker plunged down a 75-foot embankment. The driver of the pickup was killed. More information

Monday
Aug 23
Shelby County, TN: Thirty-eight workers were taken to area hospitals as a precaution after lime dust from a construction site blew into a nearby plants ventilation system, causing eye and nose irritation. More information

Monday
Aug 23
Mapleton, OR: Nearly 1,500 gallons of gasoline leaked into a creek feeding the Siuslaw River when a gasoline tanker truck and a pickup collided. The tanker plunged down a 75-foot embankment. The driver of the pickup was killed. More information

Monday
Aug 23
Ashtabula, OH: Homes within a four block radius of a sodium plant were evacuated when a chemical fire broke out. More information

Monday
Aug 23
Shelby County, TN: Thirty-eight workers were taken to area hospitals as a precaution after lime dust from a construction site blew into a nearby plants ventilation system, causing eye and nose irritation. More information

Saturday
Aug 21
Bedford Park, IL: A structure fire at a packaging plant required assistance from firefighters in surrounding communities. More information

Saturday
Aug 21
Bedford Park, IL: A structure fire at a packaging plant required assistance from firefighters in surrounding communities. More information

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