Month: April 2014

A flash fire explosion occurred this past Saturday, April 26, 2014, at the Georgia-Pacific Plant in Corrigan, Texas, which is about 100 miles north of Houston, Texas.  At least seven workers suffered severe trauma and burns from the explosion that occurred in the “bag house,” where sawdust collects, at the plywood mill in Polk County. […]

A plant explosion is nearly always deadly, whether it is full of fertilizer, petroleum, or some other combustible substance.  While these explosions are rare, when they do occur, loss of life and widespread injury are the results often inflicted on people working at the facility and those living nearby.  Fertilizer and petroleum are highly flammable […]