Incident Logs


Entries for September 2006

Saturday
Sep 30
St-Georgen-Lantgenschitach, Germany: 22 people were injured in a gas tank blast. More information

Friday
Sep 29
Rogers, AR: A fire broke out at a plant that manufactures paper packaging products. More information

Thursday
Sep 28
West Yorkshire, UK: Firefighters put out a blaze at a fireworks warehouse containing 2 tons of pyrotechnics. More information

Thursday
Sep 28
Bristol, TN: Fire broke out in a battery plant. More information

Thursday
Sep 28
Nynashamn, Sweden: A lubricating oil plant leaked 45,800 gallons of oil. More information

Wednesday
Sep 27
Zhuangtou Village, China: 5 people were killed in an explosion at a ferrous ore concentrating plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 27
Havana, Cuba: A huge fire that started at the loading dock of a refinery injured 2 workers. More information

Wednesday
Sep 27
Shreveport, LA: 4 people were sprayed with sulfuric acid at a chemical plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 27
De Pere, WI: A molten metal spill ignited wooden forms at a metals plant. More information

Tuesday
Sep 26
Fairbanks, AR: It took firefighters 5 hours to clean up a light oil spill. More information

Monday
Sep 25
Melbourne, Australia: Ammonia leaked from a rupture in a flexible hose, forcing the evacuation of a chemical factory. More information

Monday
Sep 25
Stockten, UT: Workers at a chemical department contained a liquid mustard agent leak. More information

Monday
Sep 25
Chalmette, LA: A gasoline-producing catalytic cracking unit at an oil refinery was shut down due to a fire. More information

Monday
Sep 25
Bingen, Germany: A barge ran aground and spilled 14 tons of diesel oil into the ocean. More information

Sunday
Sep 24
Quebec, Canada: A tanker truck carrying molten aluminum overturned, spilling its load. More information

Saturday
Sep 23
Nairobi, Kenya: A fire in a paint factory knocked out power for the entire area. More information

Saturday
Sep 23
El Paso, TX: Firemen rushed to a refinery after 1,100 gallons of oil spilled and ignited. More information

Saturday
Sep 23
Batangas Province, Philippines: A tanker transferring chemicals spilled 100 gallons of sodium hydroxide into the water. More information

Saturday
Sep 23
Yerevan, Armenia: An explosion at a chemical plant was blamed on gas in the sewers. More information

Friday
Sep 22
Idemitsu Kosan, Japan: Fire spread from an external monitoring device attached to a oil refinery desulfurization unit. More information

Friday
Sep 22
Gaziantep, Turkey: 2 people were killed in a fire that engulfed a chemical factory. More information

Friday
Sep 22
Karachi, Pakistan: Firefighters extinguished a fire at a chemical warehouse. More information

Thursday
Sep 21
Monroe, OH: Fire departments were called to a food chemicals plant after an explosion. More information

Thursday
Sep 21
Horry County, SC: 2,000 gallons of motor oil spilled at a recycling plant. More information

Thursday
Sep 21
Tucson, AZ: A fire broke out at a metals recycling plant. More information

Thursday
Sep 21
Jinzipai Village, China: Turpentine from a chemical factory polluted local drinking water. More information

Thursday
Sep 21
Samra┬┤a, Iraq: Gas pipelines exploded resulting in a huge fire. More information

Wednesday
Sep 20
Omsk, Russia: A gas reaction unit was the cause of a huge fire at an oil refinery. More information

Wednesday
Sep 20
Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia: 1 employee was killed in a small fire in a refinery oil terminal. More information

Wednesday
Sep 20
Ismailia, Egypt: 5,000 tons of crude oil leaked into a canal from an oil tanker. More information

Wednesday
Sep 20
Georgetown, MI: 4 workers were overcome by ammonia at a vegetable processing plant. More information

Tuesday
Sep 19
Biloxi, MS: A parked tanker truck leaking hydrochloric acid forced the closure of a highway. More information

Tuesday
Sep 19
Corpus Christi, TX: A small fire broke out at an oil refinery. More information

Monday
Sep 18
Wallmannsthal, Africa: A tanker filled with explosive ammonium nitrate prill overturned. More information

Sunday
Sep 17
Langley, UK: Several explosions lead to a huge fire at a plastics plant. More information

Sunday
Sep 17
Westlake, LA: Fire broke out inside a furnace at a vinyl chloride plant. More information

Friday
Sep 15
Ram Darbar, India: 1 person was killed in a fire at plant specializing in industrial products. More information

Friday
Sep 15
Belgium: A sulfuric acid leak inside a chemical plant was blamed on a filter. More information

Friday
Sep 15
Heilbronn, Germany: A gaseous acrylate leaked in a plastics factory. More information

Thursday
Sep 14
Seminole County, FL: A gasoline tank explosion severely burned 1 worker. More information

Thursday
Sep 14
Sestao, Spain: An explosion at a steel plant injured 4 workers. More information

Thursday
Sep 14
Plaquemine, LA: A flash fire at a chemical plant sent 3 employees to the hospital. More information

Wednesday
Sep 13
Colombia, TN: Fumes ignited by a spark caused a huge explosion at a sponge plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 13
Wigton, UK: An explosion at a polypropylene plant left 2 men severely burned. More information

Wednesday
Sep 13
India: 2 workers were killed in a huge fire at a food processing plant. More information

Wednesday
Sep 13
Lincolnshire, UK: Several thousand gallons of crude oil leaked for a storage tank. More information

Wednesday
Sep 13
Obernzell, Germany: Flames broke out in an electroplating plant. More information

Tuesday
Sep 12
Medcode, Slovenia: A fire broke out in a tire refurbishment plant. More information

Tuesday
Sep 12
River Rouge, MI: An explosion in a steel plant sent 5 workers to the hospital. More information

Tuesday
Sep 12
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: A pressurized gas container exploded at a plastics plant. More information

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