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A truck crash in Illinois kills 5, seriously injures 5 and forces an evacuation due to ammonia leak

  • A semitruck carrying anhydrous ammonia rolled over, causing a dangerous gas leak and multiple fatalities. Evacuations were ordered in the affected area.
  • Anhydrous ammonia is a flammable, highly irritating gas that can cause severe respiratory injuries and burns to the skin and eyes. It is commonly used by farmers as a nitrogen fertilizer.
  • Effingham County officials confirmed that more than half of the tanker's load of anhydrous ammonia was spilled, contributing to the dangerous air conditions. The exact number of deaths from the accident was not immediately disclosed.
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