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Kenneth Bryan of US HWY 40 Teutopolis killed following Illinois semi chemical spill

Kenneth Bryan of US HWY 40 Teutopolis killed following Illinois semi chemical spill. Anhydrous ammonia exposure caused the deaths of five people in a tanker truck accident in Illinois, the coroner confirmed on Sunday night.

The truck was transporting the corrosive chemical on Friday night when it lost control and collided with a utility trailer parked near U.S. 40 in Teutopolis. The impact ruptured the tank and created a six-inch hole, releasing anhydrous ammonia into the air, said Tom Chapman, a member of the National Transportation Safety Board, at a press conference on Sunday.

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