A fatal disaster case based on exposure to hydrogen sulfide--an estimation of the hydrogen sulfide concentration at the scene.

@article{Kimura1994AFD,
  title={A fatal disaster case based on exposure to hydrogen sulfide--an estimation of the hydrogen sulfide concentration at the scene.},
  author={Kojiro Kimura and Masanori Hasegawa and K Matsubara and C Maseda and Masato Kagawa and Setsunori Takahashi and K Tanabe},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={1994},
  volume={66 2},
  pages={111-6}
}
Four adult men fell into an artificial lake which was being used to raise flatfish, after a water pipe had been connected to a tube allowing seawater to flow into the lake. Forensic autopsies were carried out on three of the four men, who died soon after the incident. From autopsy findings, the cause of death was diagnosed to be suffocation after aspirating seawater in the three victims. To clarify why the men fell into the lake, a chemical analysis for hydrogen sulfide was carried out using… CONTINUE READING
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