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Bulletins Bulletin : Published and Discussed
Date: Monday, September 02, 2002
From: oasis
Subject:
Be Cautious
Description:



A stock clerk was sent to clean up a storeroom in Maui, Hawaii. When he got
back he was complaining that the storeroom was really filthy and that he had
noticed dried mouse or rat droppings in some areas. A couple of days later,
he started to feel like he was coming down with stomach flu, complained of
sore joints and headaches, and began to vomit. He went to bed and never
really got up again. Within two days he was severely ill and weak. His blood
sugar count was down to 66, and his face and eyeballs were yellow. He was
rushed to the emergency at Pali-Momi, where he was diagnosed to be suffering
from massive organ failure. He died shortly before midnight. No one would
have made the connection between his job and his death, had it not been for
a doctor who specifically asked if he had been in a warehouse exposed to dry
rat or mouse droppings at any time. They said there is a virus (much like
the Hanta virus) that lives in dried rat and mouse droppings. Once dried,
these droppings are like dust and can easily be breathed in or ingested if a
person does not wear protective gear or fails to wash face and hands
thoroughly. An autopsy was performed on the clerk to verify the doctor's
suspicions. This is why it is extremely important to ALWAYS carefully rinse
off the tops of canned sodas or foods, and to wipe off pasta packaging,
cereal boxes, and so on. Almost everything you buy in a supermarket was
stored in a warehouse at one time or another, and stores themselves often
have rodents.
Most of us remember to wash vegetables and fruits but never think of boxes
and cans. The ugly truth is, even the most modern, upper class, super store
has rats and mice. And their warehouse most assuredly does!
Whenever you buy any canned soft drink, please make sure that you wash the
top with running water and soap or, if that is not available, drink with a
straw.
The investigation of soda cans by the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta
discovered that the tops of soda cans can be encrusted with dried rat's
urine, which is so toxic it can be lethal.
Canned drinks and other foodstuffs are stored in
warehouses and containers that are usually infested with rodents, and then
they get transported to retail outlets without being properly cleaned.
Please forward this message to the people you care about.
(I JUST DID!)


People Discussion
Naaz
(Tuesday, September 03, 2002)

This is very good to be cautious about...Thank you Oasis...this will help


RINI
(Tuesday, September 03, 2002)

Good 1 vaiya....


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