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14/05/2009 Aniline Gas Poisons Factory Workers More than 1,000 workers in China fell ill after inhaling what is suspected to be aniline gas from a neighbouring factory.

Workers complained of dizziness, vomiting, lethargy and sore throats.

Aniline is used in the manufacturer of many substances, including foams and dyes, and has a very unpleasant, fishy, acrid smell.
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