Tom Philpott
May 15, 2017
"Anybody that was exposed, we encourage them to seek medical attention immediately," a California public health official stated.


On May 5, more than 50 farmworkers outside of Bakersfield, California, were exposed to a highly toxic pesticide that apparently drifted from a nearby field—at a high enough level that "twelve people reported symptoms of vomiting [and] nausea and one person fainted," reports the television news station Kern Golden Empire. "An additional twelve workers did not show signs of any symptoms," the station reported. "However more than half of the farm workers left before medical aide arrived."
"Anybody that was exposed, that was here today, we encourage them to seek medical attention immediately," Kern County Public Health warned.

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