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1976) . British Journal of Industrial Medicine, 33, 65-71. Accidental exposure to isocyanate fumes in a group of firemen. A total of 35 firemen involved in fighting a fire in a factory in which polyurethane foam was made were exposed to fumes of toluene di-isocyanate from two large storage tanks which were damaged during the fire, resulting in massive spillage. Most of the men experienced symptoms during the fire or during the three weeks after it. The symptoms were mainly gastrointestinal,doi:10.1136/oem.33.2.65 fatcat:k2dyqys5bre4fikhjpf2g2iqgm