Intel officials said 43 people were evaluated and 12 people were taken to the hospital following a chemical leak at the company’s Chandler microchip plant.
Jason Bagley, a government affairs director for the company, said the leak occurred at about 6 a.m. on Saturday.
“At this point, we don’t have any additional information on these individuals other than they’re being treated and getting the help that they need,” he said.
From the Alamogordo Daily News “Alamogordo green lights search for buried Atari games“
It’s been called the worse game of all time.
The “E.T.” Atari game came out shortly after the eponymous Steven Spielberg film in the early 1980s.
District 1 Commissioner Jason Baldwin said he has played the game and admits it was terrible.
Thousands of the games were buried in an Alamogordo landfill under cover of darkness.
The “Atari Graveyard” is a popular urban legend among video game afficianados.
Now a film company will excavate the old landfill, located near the Charlie T. Lee Memorial Relief Route in Alamogordo.
The city commission approved on Tuesday night a contract that will allow the film company — Fuel Industries — six months to dig up the landfill and search for the coveted bad games.
No word on when the search for the world’s worst game will begin.