Florida State Watch Office Daily Incident Report for Friday, January 11, 2019

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FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
STATE WATCH OFFICE
DAILY INCIDENT REPORT


Incident Number: 2019-206 
Incident Name: Petroleum Release 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   16:42 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   16:42 ET 
Affecting: Lee 
Involving: Petroleum Spill 
Summary: Approximately 60 gallons of diesel released from a dump truck on I-75 near Ft Myers due to a traffic crash. No waterways affected. No clean-up actions reported.
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-205 
Incident Name: SR-869 NB Road Closure 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   15:36 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   16:24 ET 
Affecting: Broward 
Involving: Road Closure or DOT Issue 
Summary: The northbound lanes of SR-869 were closed in the Tamarac area for at least two hours due to debris on the roadway. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-204 
Incident Name: Effluent Release 
Occurred: 1/8/2019   12:00 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   16:18 ET 
Affecting: Hillsborough 
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release 
Summary: 1,500 gallons of treated effluent released from a treatment pond in the Dover area. No clean-up actions required. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-203 
Incident Name: Petroleum Release 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   14:45 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   15:20 ET 
Affecting: Citrus 
Involving: Petroleum Spill 
Summary: Petroleum sheen reported on the Gulf of Mexico west of Crystal River due to a sunken boat. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-202 
Incident Name: Petroleum Release 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   14:00 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   15:20 ET 
Affecting: Lee 
Involving: Petroleum Spill 
Summary: Petroleum sheen reported on a canal in the Boca Grande area due to an equipment malfunction. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-201 
Incident Name: Unknown Sheen 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   13:30 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   14:28 ET 
Affecting: Putnam 
Involving: Petroleum Spill 
Summary: An unknown sheen, described as grayish and foamy, was reported on the Saint Johns River near Welaka. DEP later determined the sheen was not petroleum, but biological in nature.
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-200 
Incident Name: Wastewater Release 
Occurred: 1/9/2019   17:50 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   13:39 ET 
Affecting: Walton 
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release 
Summary: Approximately 45,000 gallons of raw sewage released from a gravity line in the DeFuniak Springs area due to a contractor striking the line. The release entered an unnamed wetland. Clean-up actions are planned for a later date. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-199 
Incident Name: I-75 Partial Closure (MM 212) 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   13:11 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   13:11 ET 
Affecting: Sarasota 
Involving: Road Closure or DOT Issue, Vehicle 
Summary: The northbound lanes of I-75 were closed near Sarasota for up to three hours due to a vehicle fire. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-198 
Incident Name: Turnpike NB Closure 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   13:05 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   13:05 ET 
Affecting: Palm Beach 
Involving: Petroleum Spill, Road Closure or DOT Issue, Vehicle 
Summary: The northbound lanes of the Florida Turnpike were closed near West Palm Beach due to a traffic crash. Two trauma alerts reported. An estimated 50 gallons of diesel reported spilled. No waterways impacted. Clean-up conducted by the county and a private contractor. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-197 
Incident Name: Aircraft Incident 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   11:31 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   12:30 ET 
Affecting: Broward 
Involving: Hazardous Materials 
Summary: Five individuals were transported from a domestic commercial airliner flight at the Fort Lauderdale International Airport due to an unknown odor in the aircraft cabin. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-196 
Incident Name: Wastewater Release 
Occurred: 1/4/2019   12:31 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   11:53 ET 
Affecting: Gadsden 
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release 
Summary: Approximately 2,000 gallons of raw sewage released from a force main in the Gretna area. No storm drains or waterways affected. Clean-up actions were reported as complete. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-195 
Incident Name: Treated Effluent Release 
Occurred: 1/9/2019   16:00 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   09:36 ET 
Affecting: Hillsborough 
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release 
Summary: An unknown amount of treated effluent released from a pipeline in the Tampa area due to unknown cause(s). The release entered a storm drain, but it is unknown if it entered any surface waters. No clean-up actions were needed. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-189 
Incident Name: Wastewater Release 
Occurred: 1/7/2019   08:00 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   09:12 ET 
Affecting: Washington 
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release 
Summary: Approximately 350,000 gallons of raw sewage released from a lift station in the Chipley area due to a blockage. No storm drains or waterways affected. Clean-up conducted by the reporting party. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-188 
Incident Name: Southbound Hwy-231 Closed 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   07:18 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   07:42 ET 
Affecting: Bay 
Involving: Road Closure or DOT Issue 
Summary: The southbound lanes of Hwy-231 were closed in the Fountain area for up to three hours due to a semi vs pedestrian incident. One possible fatality reported. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-187 
Incident Name: Diesel Spill 
Occurred: 1/10/2019   04:49 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   07:31 ET 
Affecting: Okaloosa 
Involving: Hazardous Materials, Petroleum Spill, Road Closure or DOT Issue 
Summary: About 100 gallons of diesel and unknown amount of hydraulic fluid spilled on Hwy-285 in the Eglin Air Force Base area almost at the Walton County line due to a traffic crash. No clean-up actions reported. One unconfirmed fatality reported. 
Status: Closed 

Incident Number: 2019-186 
Incident Name: Wastewater Spill 
Occurred: 1/9/2019   17:30 ET 
Reported to SWO: 1/10/2019   07:02 ET 
Affecting: Brevard 
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release 
Summary: An estimated 50,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled in the West Melbourne area due to a ruptured line. The release was located in a wooded area under development. No storm drains or waterways affected. Clean-up was conducted by the reporting party. 
Status: Closed 


Total Incidents: 16 

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