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In January, the Onslow County, North Carolina, Sheriff’s Office said Mariah died by chloroform toxicity.
Water or soil samples showed detectable levels of arsenic, lead, barium, cadmium, nickel, chloroform, chromium, selenium, mercury, and a substance called bis(2-ethylhexylphthlate) or DEHP.
Mariah Woods was killed by chloroform toxicity, the Onslow County, North Carolina, Sheriff’s Office said on Wednesday.
Though the film offers Paul chloroform and a skilled doctor during the infamous ear-cutting, Pearson wrote that the operation was actually performed by a captor, with only brandy and a bite-cloth offered to the teenager as he was being held down.
Ribaudo planned to dine at his father's house that night, but instead lured the 72-year-old father into the basement, attacked him with chloroform and bound him, police said.
Martyn Smith, a professor of toxicology at the University of California, Berkeley, told CNN the levels of PCE and chloroform would be essentially safe for human consumption.
The head of the Oregon Humane Society called for the polar bear to be euthanized with chloroform to end its suffering.
In 2015, this well in Dorado, which is located near a shopping center, was found by the EPA to be safely within federal standards for PCE and chloroform, two industrial chemicals.
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: a colorless poisonous liquid
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