“I’d heard stories in the military about landmine victims still feeling like they had limbs… so I resolved to feel my way down my leg to determine how badly I was hurt.” Brad Guse looks back, explaining how he ended up with his foot and leg caught in an operating silage […]
Hydrogen sulfide can cause nearly-instant death at high concentrations.
At lower levels, it can result in swift loss of consciousness, pulmonary edema, and decreased oxygen supply to the brain.
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