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Lawsuit in Foundation tragedy puts blame on company servicing liquid nitrogen system

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By Nick Watson

The Times

GAINESVILLE, Ga — A wrongful death lawsuit was filed Tuesday, Feb. 16, against a chemical gas company, alleging the business did not properly inspect or repair the liquid nitrogen system that led to the deadly Jan. 28 Foundation Food Group leak, according to court documents.

The lawsuit was filed in Gwinnett County State Court for Colleen Murphy, the wife of Corey Murphy.

Murphy, 35, of Clermont, was one of six workers killed following the Jan. 28 liquid nitrogen leak at the Gainesville poultry processing plant. He was a production superintendent at the plant who had worked. . .

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