70 hospitalized after chlorine exposure at Canadian swim meet

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An adult and a child remain in hospital after a swim meet at a William Lake community swimming pool in British Columbia, Canada, where high levels of chlorine were detected early Sunday morning. 70 people were taken to hospital and treated for chlorine exposure, including 45 children, having their eyes flushed, showered, or in more serious chases, received oxygen. Read for instance Toronto Sun, Opinion 250 and CBC News

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