Medicine: Philadelphia Flounder

When Donald Kleinschmidt, 29, a machinist, sat down to dinner in Haddon Heights, N.J. last Tuesday, his wife Margaret had filet of flounder for the family—twins Donald and Donna, 6, David, 4, and Dale, 3. Half an hour after dinner, the boys felt sick. Donald and Dale were the worst. Their father called for an ambulance, and their mother rode with them to Camden's Cooper Hospital. Dale had turned blue, and died on arrival. Resident Thomas L. Singley Jr., 27, concentrated on Donald, also blue. But 100% oxygen did no good, though his breathing was strong enough. The trouble must be...

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