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Cocoa powder on a production line. Emergency personnel was routed to the scene on June 9, 2022, and a Lancaster Country 911 spokesperson said the two were performing maintenance inside the tank when they became stuck in “a sort of dry chocolate.” Initial reports said the workers had fallen into the vat. (Credit: Mars, Inc.)

In something ripped from the pages of Roald Dahl, two employees of a tank maintenance firm required first responders to free them from a chocolate tank at the Mars Wrigley Confectionery U.S., LLC production site in Elizabethtown, Penn.

Emergency personnel was routed to the scene on June 9, 2022, and a Lancaster County 911 spokesperson said the two were performing maintenance inside the tank when they became stuck.

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