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RALEIGH, NC – AUSTRALIA – An Australian woman has died after drinking water laced with the potentially fatal poison Cryptosporidium egypti. The 23-year-old woman, who work충주출장안마 충주출장샵ed at the해운대안마 해운대출장샵 North Carolina State University, reportedly ingested a solution containing Cryptosporidium egypti at 4:50 p.m. Friday in the university’s dormitory hallway. According to reports, her stomach filled with diarrhea and she passed out shortly after entering the room. She later died at a local hospital. It is unknown how the woman got into the bathroom during the incident. A search warrant investigation will focus on who made the bathroom spill.
On Oct. 1, 2012, four North Carolina State University students were hospitalized for three days after they were found to have ingested tainted water near the campus. The university said that the university was cooperating with the authorities in their investigation, adding that the students were fine.
D.E.H.D., the chemical found in the water, is extremely toxic. It is a naturally occurring compound producedCDC 철도청 카지노 by algae in the water. It causes a rapid and rapid succession of organ failure, paralysis, death, and coma, according to the National Toxicology Program. D.E.H.D. can also cause organ failure in mice and rabbits and can lead to skin reactions in people. Most D.E.H.D. is found in tap water and sewage from agricultural and industrial processes.