Union Insurance Co. v. Mendoza, 405 Fed. Appx. 270 (D. Kan. 2010)

(pollution exclusion clause contained in farming operation’s insurance policy held applicable to injuries sustained by worker on road adjacent to farm land who was exposed to accidental mist of anhydrous ammonia fertilizer; definition of “pollution” contained in policy not ambiguous and is not subject to conflicting interpretations; while policy contained exclusion to pollution exclusion clause for “damage caused by accidental drift of vapors, fumes or toxic chemicals as a result of spraying operations”, court did not address application of such exception to the facts of the case). 

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