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US Buffalo Wild Wings reopens after manager is killed in chemical accident

19:10  09 november  2019
19:10  09 november  2019 Source:   wcvb.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.

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The Buffalo Wild Wings employee who tragically died on Thursday after he was exposed to fumes from a floor cleaner in the Massachusetts restaurant has been A Buffalo Wild Wings spokesperson told PEOPLE in a statement: “We are shocked and saddened to learn of this tragic accident at our

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.

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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.

Group: Illinois restaurant tried to reseat over skin color

  Group: Illinois restaurant tried to reseat over skin color A group of mostly African-American people celebrating a birthday party at a Buffalo Wild Wings in suburban Chicago allege they were asked to change tables because of their skin color. Justin Vahl says he was at a Naperville restaurant last month with children and adults when a host asked him about his ethnicity. Later, a manager asked the group to move because a regular customer didn't want to sit near black people.

The employee who died after a chemical incident at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Burlington has been identified as 32-year-old Ryan Baldera. Fire officials say the other worker accidentally mixed a second chemical called Scale Kleen that caused a reaction. Super 8 contains sodium hypochlorite

One person is dead after a chemical accident occurred at a Buffalo Wild Wings location Thursday in Burlington, Massachusetts, according to NBC Boston. Authorities in Burlington are calling it a Tier 1 hazmat incident after a chemical mixture killed one worker and sickened eight others.

"While devastated at this unimaginable loss, we are so very proud that Ryan died while trying to protect his fellow employees and restaurant patrons," the family wrote. "Our family asks for the public and the media to respect our privacy while we mourn Ryan’s untimely death."

a man wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Ryan Baldera© Family Photo Ryan Baldera

Representatives of the Buffalo Wild Wings told Josh Brogadir, of NewsCenter 5, that the restaurant was set to reopen at 11 a.m. Saturday.

The accident happened sometime before 6 p.m. at the restaurant off South Avenue, across from the Burlington Mall.

Interim Fire Chief Michael Patterson said a cleaning product called Scale Kleen was knocked over while another product, Super 8, was already on the floor. The two mixed, causing a chemical reaction with noxious fumes.

Buffalo Wild Wings fires workers allegedly involved in racist incident

  Buffalo Wild Wings fires workers allegedly involved in racist incident Multi-racial group of 18 in Naperville, Illinois eatery was allegedly asked to move tables to get farther from frequent diner who was "racist"She was part of a group of 12 children and six adults who went to Buffalo Wild Wings in Naperville on Saturday after the children's basketball game.

1 Dead, 10 Hospitalized After Buffalo Wild Wings Chemical Incident.

An employee of a Buffalo Wild Wings in Massachusetts died and 10 others were hospitalized Thursday night after being exposed to a 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

Buffalo Wild Wings hazmat situation© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. Buffalo Wild Wings hazmat situation

The restaurant was evacuated, but not before several people reported smelling the odor.

Twelve people checked themselves into Lahey Hospital and a 13th person self-checked into a Lowell-area hospital Thursday night with symptoms including difficulty breathing and burning feelings in the eyes. All of the patients have since been released from the hospital.

Patterson said one worker who first prepared the floor to be cleaned was immediately exposed to the fumes, but quickly left the area to get fresh air.

"The gentleman that passed away was an employee of Buffalo Wild Wings who attempted to squeegee the product out of the building when he was overcome," Patterson said.

In an interview Friday, Patterson reiterated that the incident was a tragic accident.

"We are shocked and saddened to learn of this horrific accident at our franchise-owned sports bar and are working closely with our franchisee and the authorities while they conduct an investigation," Buffalo Wild Wings said in a statement. "Because the investigation is ongoing, we are unable to share any additional comment at this time."

Families urge Buffalo Wild Wings to adopt 'zero tolerance' policies after racist incident at Illinois restaurant

  Families urge Buffalo Wild Wings to adopt 'zero tolerance' policies after racist incident at Illinois restaurant NAPERVILLE, Ill. - The families involved in a racist incident at the Buffalo Wild Wings in Naperville called on the company Tuesday to establish "zero tolerance" hiring practices that will ensure no other customer experiences a similar situation. Justin Vahl, of Montgomery, and Marcus Riley, of Joliet, recounted their story Tuesday during a news conference at St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church in Aurora and said they are urging the owners of the sports bar/casual dining restaurant chain to implement racial screening as part of the interview process before hiring employees.

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 "The gentleman that passed away was an employee of Buffalo Wild Wings , who attempted to squeegee the product out of the building when

After an employee inadvertently made a toxic mixture of chemicals on the kitchen floor, the general manager of Burlington's Buffalo Wild Wings The restaurant will have to go through the Burlington health director before reopening . The death of the restaurant’s general manager is still under

Following his death, the Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce has set up a memorial fund for Baldera's family. Those who would like to contribute to the fund can send a check payable to the "Ryan Baldera Memorial Fund" to:

Cambridge Savings Bank

214 Cambridge St.

Burlington, MA 01803

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been notified of the incident and a spokesman said the agency would respond.

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