- An estimated 3,000-8,000 people died from immediate exposure. Since the disaster, ~20,000 additional deaths have been reported due to damage received from the exposure.
LARRY FRICKER CO. - Anaheim, CA June 22, 1985
- Stored 4-tons of Ammonium Nitrate, a stockpile of organophosphates, and several pressurized containers of Methyl Bromide & LPG. Affected ~ 10,000 people, closed down a mile-long section of the Riverside Freeway, City of Anaheim declared a state of emergency. Firefighting methods had difficulty controlling and extinguishing due to off-putting fumes. Cause of fire was determined to be arson of a "booby-trapped" car near plant.