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Hazmat crew clears spilled pool chemicals, intersection reopens – SFBay
Pool chemicals that spilled onto a Vacaville intersection Monday morning were cleaned up and all streets were reopened around noon, according to police.

Vacaville police tweeted about the spill at 9:19 a.m. Monday, writing that the intersection in the area of Peabody Road and Alamo Drive was closed.

Four one-gallon containers of muriatic acid, commonly used in pools, had spilled onto the streets in the intersection, Officer Chris Lechuga said.

Hazardous materials crews worked at the scene until it was safe, then the intersection reopened, Lechuga said.
us_CA  public  release  response  pool_chemicals 
5 hours ago by dchas
Hazmat crews called after fish oil ingredient spills, creates...
HOUSTON - Hazmat crews were called out to the scene of a chemical spill in northwest Harris County.

According to authorities, the spill happened around 3:15 a.m. at the Aker BioMarine Manufacturing facility on Campbell Road near Clay Road.

Officials said the facility was using krill to make fish oil when a pump failed, causing a spill. The spill created a vapor cloud in the area.

Hazmat crews are doing air quality tests, but they do not believe it poses a threat to the public, officials said.
us_TX  industrial  release  response  other_chemical 
5 hours ago by dchas
Lost load leads to hazardous materials incident in Solano County – Times-Herald
A member of the Solano County Inter-Agency Hazardous Materials Team spreads baking soda to neutralize a muriatic acid spill when a truck carrying the corrosive chemical lost its load Monday while turning onto to eastbound Alamo Drive from northbound Peabody Road in Vacaville. (Joel Rosenbaum — The Reporter)
us_CA  transportation  release  response  hydrochloric_acid 
5 hours ago by dchas
Mohrsville Road could be closed for weeks after chemical spill
PERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Officials say a Berks County road could be closed for weeks after a hazmat spill.

The Environmental Protection Agency said Mohrsville Road in Perry Township could be shut down for up to four weeks while officials keep an eye on the site of last week's chemical spill.

On June 9, 2,000 gallons of nitric acid started leaking at Bulk Chemical plant, and the next day a fire broke out.

Officials said they do not think any nearby water was contaminated, but they are doing some tests just to be sure.
us_PA  industrial  release  response  nitric_acid 
yesterday by dchas
Noxious odor on Greyhound bus in Texarkana prompts four oxygen treatments, another bus called to complete trip
A noxious odor on a Greyhound bus arriving at the Texarkana station on Friday afternoon caused four people to receive oxygen treatments and a new bus to be called in to continue the journey, officials said.

Texarkana, Ark., Fire Department received a call about 4:23 p.m. regarding the smell on the bus travelling from Dallas, Texas.

"It was a strong, acrid order inside the bus. The bus company said the septic system had just been emptied before getting on the highway and coming to Texarkana," said Jeff Tanner, Texarkana, Ark., battalion chief.

Tanner said it could be a sewage problem or an unidentified chemical.

Passengers reported detecting the odor about halfway between Dallas and Texarkana with the smell intensifying when the bus reached Texarkana, he said.

Greyhound opted to lock the bus up and check for the source of the odor, Tanner said.

Four passengers received oxygen and were released at the scene. One patient went to the hospital for what is believed to be medical concerns regarding a procedure he had some time before the bus trip, Tanner said.
us_TX  transportation  release  injury  unknown_chemical 
3 days ago by dchas
Four people taken to hospital after chemicals leak from battery on dolly lift
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Four people were taken to the hospital Thursday after a situation involving leaked chemicals.

The incident happened just before 2 p.m. in the River Market.

HazMat crews responded to the scene.

KCFD Deputy Chief Jimmy Walker said the chemicals were from a leaking battery on dolly lift.

The four people who were taken to the hospital are expected to be okay.
us_MO  industrial  release  injury  batteries 
4 days ago by dchas
One dead several others hospitalized in Merced County hazmat incident, deputies say
The Merced County Sheriff’s Office was investigating a hazmat incident which left one person dead and nine others hospitalized Thursday.

Around noon deputies responded to a hazmat call on Monroe Ave and China Camp Road.

They said it was possibly a chemical spray used in agriculture. They were onscene for more than five hours.

“We’re no quite sure what we have yet. We all just got on scene and began our investigation but we believe it has something to do with some kind of agricultural hazmat spill,” Deputy Daryl Allen of the Merced County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post.

Allen said one worker was killed and another hospitalized. Eight first responders were also taken to hospitals due to exposure.
us_CA  industrial  release  death  ag_chems 
4 days ago by dchas
git - Why should I care about lightweight vs. annotated tags? - Stack Overflow
@Chris yes, as the answer says, "The big plus of an annotated tag is that you know who created it." You can always try things yourself to find out: git tag -a -m 'my message' my-tag; git show my-tag – Cascabel Aug 9 '17 at 16:17

Note, though, that '-a' is implied when '-m' is given.
git  tags  annotatedtags  thisvsthat  lightweighttags  release  solution 
4 days ago by kme
git_semver · PyPI
Simple usage
<code class="language-bash">git semver
# 0.1.0

git semver --next-patch
# 0.1.1

git semver --next-minor
# 0.2.0

git semver --next-major
devel  git  semver  versioning  packaging  release  utility  python  helperscript 
4 days ago by kme
Adding custom commands to
This was implemented in b682a380 of seq-core-ngs-downloader.
python  setuptools  installation  setup  customization  packaging  release  automation 
5 days ago by kme
Portland food plant evacuated for chemical leak
No one was injured when a leak of a poisonous refrigeration chemical caused the evacuation Wednesday of the Barber Foods plant on St. John Street.

The Portland Fire Department was working to shut off the leak of freon that sent workers scrambling out of the building, said Fire Capt. David Nichols.

The fire department shut down St. John Street to address the issue.

It was unknown what caused the leak.

Freon is a type of fluorinated hydrocarbon used in refrigeration and as an aerosol propellant. It can cause lung and other organ damage if breathed.
us_ME  industrial  release  response  freon 
5 days ago by dchas
Chemical leak reported near New Haven school
NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) -- A New Haven school was put in a ‘shelter-in-place’ mode due to a nearby chemical leak.

The leak was reported at a nearby lab at Science Park, not far from Highville Charter School.

Officials said someone was getting evicted in one of the labs at Science Park and was putting chemicals down the drain.

The smell covered a number of blocks, and filtered into the school, leading to a shelter-in-place.

The school has since been dismissed.

“Thinking they were going to be safe by putting them down the sink, there was some mixture with Clorox, but again it caused an odor, caused the school behind us, Highville Charter School to go into shelter in place, we’ve since released them but it was out of an abundance of caution to make sure we didn’t put students into an area we were unsure of," said Rick Fontana, of New Haven Emergency Management.
us_CT  laboratory  release  response  unknown_chemical 
5 days ago by dchas
Salt Lake City business evacuated, hazmat crews investigate ammonia leak
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, June 12, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — Hazmat crews responded to an ammonia leak at a Salt Lake City wholesale food distributor just before 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.

The Nicholas and Company building, at 5520 Harold Gatty Drive, has been evacuated, and crews are checking for the source of the leak.

“It appears to be a refrigeration problem,” Salt Lake City Fire Department Capt. Tony Stowe told Gephardt Daily. “It’s mostly contained in the building, and there is no danger to the general public.”

He said no injuries have resulted from the ammonia leak.

Stowe characterized the problem as a “maintenance issue” and said the hazardous materials team and other fire crews may be on site for several hours investigating and resolving the situation.
us_UT  industrial  release  response  ammonia 
6 days ago by dchas
MPLS Public Schools employees rallying for better pay
ST PAUL, Minn. — St. Paul Park Police and the St. Paul Park Fire Department say they responded to a chemical spill at Tennis Sanitation around 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday. 

They say 27 employees were experiencing throat irritation upon arrival, but that all employees were treated effectively and released. 

It is still unknown the type of chemical emergency crews are dealing with, but responders believe the chemical came to the sanitation center on a truck. 

Authorities are reminding people to not throw chemicals in their garbage. If a container is recyclable, it doesn't mean the contents are too. They encourage people to go to their county's local HAZMAT center. 
us_MN  transportation  release  response  unknown_chemical 
6 days ago by dchas
Officials respond to hazardous material incident in Harrisonburg
HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) — Monday afternoon, the Harrisonburg Fire Department responded to a hazardous material incident near Cargill Feed Mill, off of Kratzer Road.

Fire officials said when they arrived at the scene, they found a truck carrying more than 300 gallons of a cleaning acid.

Battalion Chief Jeff Morris, of Harrisonburg Fire Department, said crews closed parts of North Main Street and North Liberty Street to make sure the entire scene was safe.

"It's carrying 365 gallons of that total, so that would be a quite impressive hazard spill to deal with," Morris said. "We just want to make sure that we isolate the public from the hazard."

Morris said the truck driver found a two-gallon container of the acid spilled in the back of the truck. Crews were able to neutralize the acid and clean up the spill.
us_VA  transportation  release  response  acids 
7 days ago by dchas

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