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Chemical poisoning - first responders to abandoned vehicles

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BEWARE: First responders attending to abandoned vehicles on the side of the roadside. There have been three cases of chemical suicides recorded in Auckland whereby first responders of two cases required hospitalisation. Overseas learnings highlight that 25% of the deaths attributed to hydrogen sulphide poisoning have been rescue workers or bystanders.

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