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Governor's Office of Emergency Services
Hazardous Material Spill Update
CONTROL#: 22-5853 NRC# 1349046
NOTIFY DATE/TIME: 10/04/2022 / 1942RECEIVED BY:
OCCURENCE DATE/TIME:
10/04/2022/1910
CITY/OP. AREA:
Lenwood/San Bernardino County

SOUTH COAST AQMD
1.a. PERSON NOTIFYING Cal OES:
AGENCY: Kinder Morgan
1.b. PERSON REPORTING SPILL (If different from above):
AGENCY:
SUBSTANCE TYPE:
a. SUBSTANCE:b. QTY:
Amount
Measurec. TYPE:d. OTHER:e. PIPELINEf. VESSEL
>= 300 Tons
1.Jet Fuel (JP8)38 Gal(s)PETROLEUMNoNo
2. NoNo
3. NoNo
Orignal Description:While blowing down a pipeline project, metal shavings got stuck in the valve going to a vactruck. The employees were unable to secure the valve causing the release of approximately 38 gallons of Jet Fuel onto the soil. The release has been secured. No waterways were impacted. Clean up is ongoing.

PERSON NOTIFYING Cal OES OF SPILL UPDATE:
NAME:
AGENCY:
PHONE#:
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    Gal(s)
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UPDATE KNOWN IMPACT:

None



UPDATE CAUSE:

Unknown
SITUATION UPDATE:
PER NRC: CALLER IS REPORTING A RELEASE OF MATERIALS TO THE AIR AND TO THE DIRT FROM AN EIGHT STEEL BELOW GROUND DISTRIBUTION PIPELINE GOING TO A VACUUM TRUCK DURING AN ONGOING PROJECT AT THE INCIDENT LOCATION.
Link to Spill Report: http://w3.calema.ca.gov/operational/malhaz.nsf/SpillAllDocs/D3FBFFC9A178D3A1882588D2000ED886?OpenDocument
FAX NOTIFICATION LIST:
AA/CUPA, DTSC, RWQCB, US EPA, USFWS, Cal GEM, CDPH-D.O., Co/WP, Co/Hlth, Co/E-Hlth
ADMINISTERING AGENCY:San Bernardino County Fire Department
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OTHER NOTIFIED:
RWQCB Unit:6B
Cal GEM: Southern
Cal OES Region:

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Created by: Warning Center on: 10/04/2022 08:35:27 PM Last Modified by: Warning Center on: 10/04/2022 08:36:21 PM
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