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District Court Dismisses Complaint Against Company Whose Former Employee Improperly Removed Capacitors Containing Hazardous Substances
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Lancaster v. Northern States Power Co., ___F. Supp.2d___
Plaintiffs purchased property previously owned by Axicor Trihus, a former employee of defendant Northern States Power Company (NSP). Mr. Trihus stored capacitors containing PCB’s on his property until he died. Once Mr. Trihus passed away, his wife discovered the capacitors and contacted NSP to remove the capacitors. It was later discovered that one of the capacitors had leaked while on the Trihus’ property.
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Lancaster v. Northern States Power Co.