Death By Chocolate. A horrible way to die.

@jerzgirl (8170)
Gloucester City, New Jersey
July 8, 2009 1:08pm CST
It may sound like a good way to go, but it wasn't this morning in Camden, NJ. I can't imagine the horror. http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news%2Flocal&id=6904641 I lived in the next town south of Camden and have no idea what company this would be. Unless Campbell's also makes candy? How horrible it had to have been for his co-workers! They are now traumatized. I hope the company gives them time off to recover. If you knew what food products were produced by this company, would you be able to eat them in the future after knowing of this event?
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@reoko10 (578)
• United States
8 Jul 09
That is not the way I would want to go, I love chocolate but makes me not want to eat it for a while and I know that the other co-workers have to be very upset. If I worked there I don't know if I would be able to go back to work or look at chocolate the same way again. This sort of thing need to have some kind of safety where if some falls in then it shuts off. I thought working with chocolate would be a dream job but I guest not.
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@iriscot (1290)
• United States
8 Jul 09
What a way to die, I always thought the ideal way to die was having secs with a beautiful woman at the age of 85, but in boiling chocolate? I guess it wouldn't make much different if it was a vat of boiling oil or water, either way it would be a disaster. There will probably be an investigation by OSHA.
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