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"It smelled like a whole lot of chemicals": Buffalo Wild Wings chemical accident kills one

CBS News Saturday, 9 November 2019
A chemical accident at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Massachusetts left the general manager dead. Employees described the deadly incident as they returned. Beth Germano of CBS Boston reports.
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