UNION MILLS, Ind. – An explosion has killed one person at an Indiana agricultural facility that stores fertilizer, grain, and feed, the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office confirmed. The deadly blast occurred in Union Mills, about 50 miles southeast of Chicago. The cause of the explosion remains under investigation, but authorities reported that it was confined to a part of the facility that handles grain. The sheriff’s office said that no toxic chemicals or fumes were released in the explosion. The person killed, James Swank, 67, was an employee of Co-Alliance LLP, operator of the grain elevator. According to the coroner’s ... Read More
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