Florida State Watch Office Daily Incident Report for Wednesday, September 18, 2019

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FLORIDA DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
STATE WATCH OFFICE
DAILY INCIDENT REPORT


Incident Number: 2019-5334
Incident Name: House Fire With Displacement
Occurred: 9/17/2019   23:37 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/18/2019   00:42 ET
Affecting: Volusia
Involving: Fire
Summary: A house fire was reported in the Edgewater area. One person was displaced from their home. No injuries, fatalities or hazardous material spills reported.
Status: Closed


Incident Number: 2019-5333
Incident Name: I-75 NB Road Closure
Occurred: 9/17/2019   21:00 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   21:30 ET
Affecting: Sarasota
Involving: Road Closure or DOT Issue
Summary: All northbound lanes of I-75 were closed in the Sarasota area for several hours due to a traffic crash. One unconfirmed fatality reported.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5332
Incident Name: Natural Gas Release w/ Evacuations
Occurred: 9/17/2019   19:45 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   20:39 ET
Affecting: Manatee
Involving: Hazardous Materials, Population Protection Actions
Summary: A natural gas release was reported in the Sarasota area due to a private citizen hitting an underground natural gas line. Several homes next to the leak were evacuated until the leak could be secured. No injuries or fires reported.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5331
Incident Name: Wastewater Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   10:30 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   20:15 ET
Affecting: Duval
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release
Summary: Approximately 2,000 gallons of raw sewage released from a force main in Jacksonville due to contractor error. No storm drains or waterways affected. Clean-up conducted by the reporting party.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5330
Incident Name: Wastewater Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   09:00 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   19:49 ET
Affecting: Duval
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release
Summary: Approximately 50 gallons of raw sewage released from a force main in Jacksonville due to a blockage. The release entered a storm drain that discharges into Christopher Creek. Clean-up conducted by the reporting party.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5329
Incident Name: Diesel Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   15:45 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   16:06 ET
Affecting: Broward
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: Petroleum sheen reported in Fort Lauderdale due to a fueling error.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5328
Incident Name: Unknown Sheen
Occurred: 9/17/2019   15:30 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   15:35 ET
Affecting: Putnam
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: Petroleum sheen reported in the St. Johns River in the Crescent City area.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5327
Incident Name: Wastewater Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   09:00 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   15:38 ET
Affecting: Volusia
Involving: Wastewater or Effluent Release
Summary: Approximately 50 gallons of raw sewage overflowed from a manhole in the Orange City area. No storm drains or waterways affected. Clean-up conducted by the reporting party.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5325
Incident Name: Petroleum Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   14:16 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   14:34 ET
Affecting: Walton
Involving: Hazardous Materials, Petroleum Spill
Summary: An unknown amount of diesel and hydraulic fluid were spilled in the DeFuniak Springs area due to an overturned dump truck. The release was contained to asphalt and sand was applied to the release. Clean-up actions are planned.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5324
Incident Name: I-75 Road Closure w/ Diesel Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   14:30 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   14:41 ET
Affecting: Columbia
Involving: Petroleum Spill, Road Closure or DOT Issue
Summary: All southbound lanes of I-75 were closed in the Lake City area due to a traffic crash. Unknown number and severity of injuries reported. One of the vehicles involved caught fire. An estimated 200 gallons of diesel impacting the roadway. No storm drains or waterways affected. Clean-up conducted by Florida DOT.
Status: Open

Incident Number: 2019-5323
Incident Name: Unknown Sheen
Occurred: 9/17/2019   13:00 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   13:57 ET
Affecting: Clay
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: Petroleum sheen reported on the St. Johns River in the Green Cove Springs area.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5322
Incident Name: Tropical Depression Imelda
Occurred: 9/17/2019   13:00 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   12:55 ET
Affecting: Statewide
Involving: Weather Advisories
Summary: Tropical Depression Eleven formed in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday morning. It quickly strengthened into Tropical Storm Imelda and then made landfall near Freeport, Texas. After landfall, the storm weakened into a Tropical Depression. This storm poses no threat to Florida.
Status: Open

Incident Number: 2019-5321
Incident Name: Unknown Sheen
Occurred: 9/17/2019   10:50 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   12:37 ET
Affecting: Duval
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: Petroleum sheen reported on the waters of the Mayport Naval Basin in Jacksonville.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5320
Incident Name: Tropical Depression 10
Occurred: 9/17/2019   11:00 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   11:00 ET
Affecting: Statewide
Involving: Weather Advisories
Summary: Tropical Depression Ten formed over the Central Tropical Atlantic Ocean Tuesday. At 0500 ET, the storm was upgraded to Tropical Storm Jerry. It is reported to be about 960 miles east of the Leeward Islands and moving west northwest at about 13 miles per hour.
Status: Open

Incident Number: 2019-5319
Incident Name: Potential Petroleum Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   09:30 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   10:15 ET
Affecting: Miami-Dade
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: Potential petroleum sheen reported in the Miami area due to a sunken boat.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5318
Incident Name: Natural Gas Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   09:45 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   10:05 ET
Affecting: Broward
Involving: Hazardous Materials
Summary: A natural gas release was reported in Hollywood due to an underground pipeline damaged at a construction site. No injuries, evacuations or fires reported.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5317
Incident Name: Motor Oil Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   10:07 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   10:07 ET
Affecting: Polk
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: An unknown amount of motor oil reported spilled in the Mulberry area. No storm drains or waterways affected. No clean-up actions reported.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5315
Incident Name: Petroleum Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   09:52 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   09:52 ET
Affecting: Pinellas
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: Petroleum sheen reported on the waters of Clearwater Bay in the Clearwater area.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5316
Incident Name: Natural Gas Release
Occurred: 9/17/2019   09:48 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   09:55 ET
Affecting: Hillsborough
Involving: Hazardous Materials
Summary: A natural gas release was reported in the Tampa area. No injuries, evacuations or fires reported.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5314
Incident Name: Sodium Hypochlorite Spill
Occurred: 9/16/2019   20:00 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   09:32 ET
Affecting: Brevard
Involving: Hazardous Materials
Summary: Approximately 300 gallons of chlorine spilled at the Cocoa Beach Aquatic Center due to a faulty fitting on a discharge line. The spill impacted soil at the facility; however, no waterways were affected. Clean-up conducted by a private contractor.
Status: Closed

Incident Number: 2019-5313
Incident Name: Hydraulic Oil and Engine Oil Release
Occurred: 9/16/2019   11:30 ET
Reported to SWO: 9/17/2019   08:14 ET
Affecting: Orange
Involving: Petroleum Spill
Summary: Approximately 30 gallons of hydraulic oil and engine oil were released from an overturned dump truck in the Ocoee area. No storm drains or waterways affected. No clean-up actions reported. 
Status: Closed


Total Incidents: 21

 

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