PERRY TWP. — Perry firefighters were called to the intersection of Bath and Beardsley roads about 11 a.m. Friday after a train hauling tank cars reported a leak.

According to dispatch reports, a train car containing anhydrous ammonia was leaking.

The train stopped while the problem was investigated.

There were no reports on injuries Friday morning.

Anhydrous ammonia, a common agricultural fertilizer, can cause injury or death if it comes into contact with an unprotected person.

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