Ammonia Week in Review | October 8, 2021


100 Texans are evacuated due to an ammonia leak in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Around 100 People Evacuated due to Ammonia Leak in Irving – Irving firefighters responded to an ammonia leak at 211 Cowboys Pkwy on Tuesday afternoon around 4:00 p.m. […keep reading]

Ruptured Gas Line Causes Ammonia Leak in Hampton – Authorities advise people in the area to have shelter in place, power off their air conditioning, and to avoid using outside air until further notice. […keep reading]

Person Taken to Hospital after Ammonia Leak at Strip District Produce Warehouse – The city’s Hazardous Materials Team responded to Consumer Produce on 21st Street around 1:30 p.m. and determined that the leak occurred while repairs were being made, according to a Pittsburgh Public Safety Department spokeswoman. […keep reading]

I-80 Open Again after Anhydrous Ammonia Hauler is Involved in a Crash – Interstate 80 was closed for about three hours yesterday between Princeton and Ladd. […keep reading]

Ammonia Leak from Ice Factory causes Panic in Kasimedu – Tension prevailed in Kasimedu for a couple of hours on Saturday afternoon following the leak of ammonia from an ice manufacturing unit. […keep reading]

10 People Hospitalized after Man Fills Sinks and Tubs with Bleach and Ammonia – Ten people were hospitalized after an incident in Gloucester County after a man sealed the windows and doors at his parent’s home and filled the sinks and bathtubs with bleach and ammonia. […keep reading]

Valve Malfunction Cause of Ammonia Leak at Weis Plant – A malfunctioning valve caused an ammonia leak Saturday night at the Weis Markets ice cream and dairy plant in the city. […keep reading]

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