The spill began Sunday night and continued until maintenance personnel discovered the pump was still on and shut it off around 8 a.m. Monday, the release said.
No injuries were reported.
Fuel spill experts from the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center will assess the area for remediation, the release said.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — About 30 gallons of diesel spilled onto the Union Pacific Railroad tracks near Portland’s Cathedral Park on Tuesday, according to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
In a release, the DEQ blamed the spill on a train traveling between Toyota Yard and the railroad yard.
Using absorbent material and a truck designed to vacuum up the fuel, an environmental cleanup crew managed to clear some of the spill that covered the asphalt and railroad ballast, which is the gravel underneath the tracks.
COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (KDVR) — Alarms were triggered at the Suncor refinery Tuesday evening after a gas leak, according to the company.
Suncor told FOX31 that the gas leak was “small” and “detected in refining process equipment” at the Commerce City facility. The company said its monitoring system “has not indicated cause for any acute public health concerns.”
Suncor said the refinery alarms went off because of the leak, which was then contained.
About 130 people in north Louisiana are under a mandatory evacuation after a train derailed and at least two of the cars involved began leaking hazardous products, state police said.
The Union Pacific Railroad train derailment happened at about 10:30 pm on Friday in the town of Keatchie in DeSoto Parish, about 48 km southwest of Shreveport, Louisiana State Police Trooper Jonathan Odom said.
A fuel spill Saturday morning on the Fairhaven side of New Bedford Harbor prompted a response from the Fairhaven Fire Department and the Fairhaven Harbormaster.
Fire Chief Todd Correia says the diesel was spotted near Union Wharf in Fairhaven.
According to a press release, the fishing vessel Jack M. reported an equipment malfunction that spilled an unknown quanity of diesel fuel into the harbor.
An as yet unidentified chemical spill a V2X, formerly Vertex Aerospace, prompted Madison County emergency responders to call for an evacuation Friday morning of the immediate areas surrounding the facility in Madison County.
Madison County Fire Coordinator Minor Norman said the spill was reported at approximately 11 a.m. at the company located at 555 Industrial Drive South.
An employee of the company said a FedEx making a delivery to the facility was discovered to have leaking hazardous martial inside the truck filling the building with the odor of a chemical irritant that smelled like “ammonia sulfuric acid.”