“Sauerkraut can explodes.” Well, that just stinks
Twenty-four students and four staff members at a central B.C. high school were briefly quarantined after a can of sauerkraut exploded Friday in a food science class
.The fire department, a hazardous materials unit and RCMP were called to Kelly Road Secondary School in Prince George at about 2 p.m. PT. RCMP Const. Lesley Smith said school officials were concerned about a possible botulism outbreak after the contents of a years-old can of pickled cabbage splattered on students.
- Canned sauerkraut explosion causes botulism scare in B.C. high school (theprovince.com)
- Hazmat team called after sauerkraut explosion at B.C. school (canada.com)
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