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Authorities identify driver killed by anhydrous ammonia | KRVN Radio

Authorities identify driver killed by anhydrous ammonia

Authorities identify driver killed by anhydrous ammonia
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TEKAMAH, Neb. (AP) _ Authorities have identified the man who died after driving near anhydrous ammonia that was leaking from an underground pipeline in northeast Nebraska.   The Burt County Sheriff’s office says 59-year-old Phillip Hennig of Tekamah, Nebraska, died after coming in contact with the chemical  leak in the pipeline operated by Magellan Midstream Partners, of Tulsa, Oklahoma.  The leak  was reported Monday evening about eight miles north of Tekamah.   Authorities are still trying to determine why the pipeline leaked.   Anhydrous ammonia is a farm fertilizer with suffocating fumes that cause breathing difficulty and irritation to eyes, nose or throat.

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