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Monday, 7 July 2014

This wind turbine caught fire and threw a flaming blade dozens of metres

Yahoo News
A FLAMING WIND turbine blade almost sparked a forest fire in Cork after it was thrown several metres from the machine.
The cause of the fire the wind farm in Cork is currently under investigation.
A flaming 28-metre-long blade from one of the turbines flew from the machine and landed close to nearby gourse and forestry as far as 100 metres away.
The turbine, a Gamesa G58, is a common model in operation across the world, but industry experts say it has ‘a strong safety record’.
The incident occurred at the Cappaboy Beg Wind Farm in Co Cork on 19 June."

1 comment:

  1. It is important to have proper investigation by a fire prevention expert to avoid these type of accident in future. Fire safety guidelines should also be known by a people to avoid any injuries or death through fire.

    Arnold Brame
    Health and Safety Consultant.