Explosion at TSMC Arizona Factory: No Structural Damage Reported

Details on the recent explosion at TSMC’s Arizona factory, including the injury of a truck driver and the ongoing investigation, with no damage to the facility.

TSMC has confirmed an incident at its Arizona factory, where an explosion occurred on May 15 at 2:45 PM local time, injuring at least one person severely. The specific details of the incident are still under investigation.

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The company issued a statement acknowledging that an accident happened at the construction site of its facility in Phoenix, Arizona. A scrap truck driver was taken to a local hospital. TSMC assured that the factory itself was not damaged, and there were no injuries reported among its employees or the construction workers on site.

The Phoenix Fire Department was alerted and dispatched units from Glendale and Daisy Mountain to the scene for rescue operations. The incident took place near the intersection of 43rd Avenue and Dove Valley Road in North Phoenix.

A news helicopter captured footage showing numerous emergency responders at the scene. The Phoenix Fire Department reported that an adult male suffered severe injuries in the explosion.

He is said to be a factory worker and has been transported to the hospital. The cause of the explosion is still being investigated.

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Explosion at TSMC Arizona Factory: No Structural Damage Reported

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