Death by molten metal

Kazuki Tada, a 23-year-old technician at the Nippon Denko plant in Anan, Japan, died when a bucket containing 13 tons of liquefied metal alloys heated to more than 2,350 degrees Fahrenheit was accidentally overbalanced and spilt on top of him.

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Molten Metal Death

Allen Wardle, 52, lived for six hours despite suffering 100% burns when he fell into a vat of molten zinc at a factory in Witham, Essex, but died later the same day in hospital.