"There are no chemical leaks out of control" Texas police play down fears of ammonium air leak following fertilizer plant blast


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'There are no chemical leaks out of control': Texas police play down fears of ammonium air leak following fertilizer plant blast Toxic fumes from the blaze are 'under control' according to police chief Patrick Swanton Blast is thought to have been caused by the ignition of dangerous anhydrous ammonia at the plantIf gas is inhaled it can cause eye irritation and damage the lungs By Michael Zennie, Anna Edwards and Katie Davies PUBLISHED: 04:35 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:44 GMT, 18 April 2013 Emergency workers have played down fears of a toxic air leak following the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas. Initially reports suggested the farming community would be under a secondary danger of inhaling ammonia fumes which can cause respiratory problems

Shopping addict Nicola Saxelby who stole 340,000 from her employers is jailed for two years


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Shopping addict who stole 340,000 from her employers to fund sprees at LK Bennett and Joules jailed for two yearsNicola Saxelby duped employers into signing cheques made out to herSpending compulsion so bad that there were rooms full of unopened boxes By Andy Dolan PUBLISHED: 22:37 GMT, 14 January 2013 | UPDATED: 22:44 GMT, 14 January 2013 Shopaholic: Nicola Saxelby stole 340,000 from her employer to fund a shopping addiction and to buy her Siberian Husky, Troy A book-keeper stole up to 340,000 from her employers over six years to pay for shopping sprees. Nicola Saxelby duped brothers James and Paul Hawkins, who ran a farming business, into signing cheques made out to her and pocketed rent money from their tenants.