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Six died by asphyxiation following Jan. 28 Foundation Food Group leak, autopsies reveal

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By Nick Watson

The Times

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has determined all six workers killed in the Jan. 28 Foundation Food Group leak died by asphyxia from liquid nitrogen exposure, according to the Hall County Sheriff’s Office.

The Sheriff’s Office announced the results of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s autopsies Friday, March 12.

Six died and a total 12 people were hospitalized following the leak at the Memorial Park Drive poultry processing plant.

They were:

  • Jose DeJesus Elias-Cabrera, 45, of Gainesville
  • Corey Alan Murphy, 35, of Clermont
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