This Day in Failure: June 29

2009: A 14-car freight train carrying liquefied petroleum gas from La Spezia to Pisa derails and explodes in the Tuscan seaside town of Viareggio, Italy, starting a fire that kills 22 people and injures more than 50 others.

2007: The National Football League folds its European league (NFL Europa) after 15 years of operation. The league had been losing approximately $30 million a season.

2006: Brian Kilmeade, co-host of both Brian & the Judge (radio) and Fox News & Friends (TV), recommends the U.S. government create an Office of Censorship to screen news reports to determine whether they “hurt the country” or are of “news value.”

2001: On the last trading day of the quarter, a computer command error at NASDAQ’s Trumbull, Connecticut, office abruptly shuts down two of the electronic stock market’s platforms for almost two hours.

1995: More than 500 people are killed when a department store collapses in Seoul, South Korea.