Dozens rushed to hospital due to toxic fumes


PASIR GUDANG: Students of a school here attended classes as usual but as soon after several of them started vomiting, the teachers knew something was terribly wrong.

As more students complained of feeling unwell and some having difficulties in breathing, alarm bells were triggered.

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