Survivors of mass canola oil poisoning 40 years ago threaten to commit suicide after occupying Madrid’s El Prado museum

A group of people who survived a mass canola oil poisoning forty years ago have occupied Madrid’s El Prado museum, threatening to commit suicide in a matter of hours if officials continue to ignore their calls to help victims.

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