CANADA: Police say trick or treat death not related to poison
A four-year-old girl who died after eating some candy on Halloween was not poisoned, said police in Vancouver. Pathology tests have failed to throw any more light on why the girl might have died however. There had been concern that she was a victim of terrorist poisoning, in light of the anthrax scares sweeping the US, and shortly after her death police had warned Vancouver parents not to allow their children to eat trick or treat candy.
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