Friday, September 30, 2016

Fifty children poisoned in a school in Marseille – Le Parisien

Ufifty children had on Thursday, signs of intoxication, without that their state did not inspire concern, in a school of the 10th arrondissement of Marseille, which have been sent to about seventy fire-fighters, a-t-on learned from several sources.
“Thirty-two children and one adult have been evacuated to hospitals in marseille by the marine department, and 16 children were brought directly by their parents”, said to AFP Jean Rampon, chief of staff of the prefect of the PACA region Stéphane Bouillon.
“About seventy seamen-firefighters have been mobilised on site to take care of the children,” said a spokesperson for the marine brigade.
“The children were seized with vomiting yesterday and today”, told AFP Lionel Royer-Perreaut, mayor of the borough, highlighting that”no child is in danger.”
The investigations were still underway into the causes of the outbreak, has confirmed a spokesperson of the fire brigade, stating that the children were suffering from headaches and vomiting.
“Have been ruled out as causes : a toxi-infection alimentaire collective TIAC) and the carbon monoxide poisoning”, a-t-we learned in a press release of the prefecture of the Bouches-du-Rhône.
Two hypotheses are still under consideration, one for the potable water network, “less likely” according to Mr. Rampon, and the other, “more likely”, in respect of a gastro-enteritis collective.
The establishment will remain closed on Friday.



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