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Buffalo Wing Wings chemical reaction leaves one employee dead, nearly a dozen hospitalized

FOXNews.com Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
One restaurant employee died and at least 10 other people, including patrons, were hospitalized on Thursday following a chemical reaction at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Massachusetts, authorities said.
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