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US Buffalo Wild Wings employee dies after exposure to 'common' cleaning agent, 10 others hospitalized

15:25  08 november  2019
15:25  08 november  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

1 dead, several ill after chemical accident at a Buffalo Wild Wings

  1 dead, several ill after chemical accident at a Buffalo Wild Wings Authorities in Burlington declared a Tier 1 hazmat incident after a chemical mixture killed one worker and sickened 10 other people.A restaurant employee was rushed to a hospital after being exposed to sodium hypochlorite, a powerful cleaning agent, and died shortly thereafter, Michael Patterson, assistant chief of the Burlington Fire Department, told reporters Thursday night. The worker told firefighters who arrived on the scene that he was feeling nauseated after breathing in fumes.

Wings employee dies after exposure to ' common ' cleaning agent , 10 others hospitalized . A Buffalo Wild Wings spokesperson in a statement referred questions to local authorities, citing an The worker who died then tried to squeegee the cleaning agent out of the restaurant "when he was

A Buffalo Wild Wings employee died and at least 10 people checked themselves into hospital after being exposed to a strong chemical cleaning agent at a restaurant in Burlington, Massachusetts, authorities said on Thursday. The Burlington fire department responded to a chemical reaction in the

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An employee of a Buffalo Wild Wings in Massachusetts died and 10 others were hospitalized Thursday night after being exposed to a floor cleaner inside the restaurant. 

Just after 5:30 p.m. Thursday, emergency responders in Burlington were called to the scene following the report of a "sick individual and a potential chemical release," interim Fire Chief Michael Patterson told reporters in a video from the scene.

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One person is dead and 10 others have been hospitalized following a chemical incident at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Burlington When authorities arrived, they found an employee who had been exposed to a strong cleaning agent while preparing the floor to be cleaned suffering from

A Buffalo Wild Wings employee died and at least 10 people checked themselves into hospital after being exposed to a strong chemical cleaning agent at a restaurant in Burlington, Massachusetts, authorities said on Thursday. The Burlington fire department responded to a chemical reaction in the

Patterson said the fire department arrived and found a man being treated by paramedics outside of the restaurant. He was transported to a hospital, where he died. 

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The man, an employee of the restaurant, was exposed to a sodium hypochlorite floor cleaner called "Super 8," which Patterson said is commonly used. Of the 11 total people hospitalized as a result of the incident, only two were customers, Patterson said. 

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A Buffalo Wild Wings spokesperson in a statement referred questions to local authorities, citing an ongoing investigation. 

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A Buffalo Wild Wings worker has died after a hazmat incident in Burlington. Ten other people, both patrons and workers, have been hospitalized as a result of the incident. A male employee was suffering from nausea after breathing in fumes from a cleaning agent .

Ten other people were sickened. Interim Burlington Fire Chief Michael Patterson said Super 8, a At least 10 people were sickened by the fumes from a cleaning agent at Buffalo Wild Wings in A worker is dead and 10 other people were hospitalized after a chemical exposure at Buffalo Wild

"We are shocked and saddened to learn of this tragic accident at our franchise-owned sports bar and are working closely with our franchisee and the authorities while they conduct an investigation," the spokesperson said. 

Another worker "prepared the floor" with the cleaner and then immediately stepped outside for fresh air, according to Patterson. The worker who died then tried to squeegee the cleaning agent out of the restaurant "when he was overcome," Patterson said. 

Patterson said the other victims in the incident transported themselves to the hospital and were suffering from difficulty breathing, runny and watery eyes and shortness of breath. He said none of the other victims were believed to be in serious condition. 

A hazmat crew responded to the restaurant and declared it safe, Patterson said. He also said the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration had been informed of the incident and that local law enforcement will conduct an investigation. 

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  Buffalo Wild Wings reopens after manager is killed in chemical accident The Buffalo Wild Wings in Burlington reopened late Saturday morning after its general manager died Thursday evening in an accident involving cleaning chemicals, according to restaurant representatives. Ryan Baldera, 32, was overcome by the fumes and died after being rushed to Lahey Hospital, according to the Burlington Fire Department. Sign up for our Newsletters A friend told NewsCenter 5 that Baldera was married last year and was the father of a newborn baby.His family described him as a "beloved husband, father, son, brother, and cherished uncle, nephew, and son-in-law to his close knit family and friends" in a statement they released Friday night.

— A Massachusetts Buffalo Wild Wings worker has died and nearly a dozen people were hospitalized after being The deadly substance was described as a “strong cleaning agent ,” according to a statement from John M Buffalo Wild Wings gave following statement to WHDH

Massachusetts authorities say a Buffalo Wild Wings employee has died and at least 10 people have been hospitalized following a chemical mixture at Burlington police say they think he inhaled fumes from a cleaning agent . The employee , whose name wasn't immediately released, was taken to a

Patterson advised anyone with a medical condition who was inside the restaurant to seek medical attention. 

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Buffalo Wild Wings employee dies after exposure to 'common' cleaning agent, 10 others hospitalized

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