Two people were pulled from a giant M&M Mars Chocolate Tank inside the Mars factory in Pennsylvania today. According to ABC27 News, the workers had to cut a hole in the tank to free the victims. The chocolate tank is a well-known location for producing all kinds of confectionery.
While two people were rescued, it’s unclear whether they’ll suffer any lasting injuries. Here are some facts about the chocolate tank. Read on to learn more about this amazing location!
Two people fell into a giant M&M Mars Chocolate Tank at the Mars factory in Pennsylvania
A fire crew and a helicopter rescued the two victims from the tank. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the accident. The factory did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment. As of Tuesday afternoon, the company had yet to comment on the incident.
The incident occurred at the Mars M&M factory in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. It is home to a variety of chocolate products including M&Ms and Dove.
A fire crew and an EMS helicopter responded to a report of a person falling into a giant chocolate tank at the Mars Wrigley candy factory in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Rescue workers cut a hole in the tank to free the victims. The tank contained so much chocolate that workers had no time to escape. Rescuers had to cut a hole in the tank to get the workers out.
Fire crews and EMS were called to the scene of a melted chocolate tank and rescued two people. The victims, believed to be factory employees, fell from waist height into the chocolate and were unable to climb out. The Elizabethtown Fire Department rescued them. More than two dozen emergency services attended the scene.
Fortunately, neither was seriously injured. The two individuals were taken to a hospital, but it is not yet clear how they ended up in the chocolate tank.
A fire crew and rescuers rescued two people who had fallen into a giant chocolate tank at the M&M/Mars factory in Pennsylvania. The two individuals were not injured, but they are unable to climb out of the tank by themselves.
Fortunately, they are not the only victims in the tank, as other workers have been rescued and treated. And in case you’re wondering, the company has already made chocolate in Elizabethtown.
Two people were rescued
Occupational safety officials are investigating an incident at the M&M Mars factory in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, where two employees fell into a chocolate tank. Rescue crews had to cut a hole in the tank to free the workers.
Two people were rescued from the tank, with one being taken to a hospital on foot, while the other had to be flown by helicopter. The extent of the injuries sustained by both people was not immediately disclosed.
Firefighters rescued two people from the M&M mars chocolate tank at the Elizabethtown factory on Wednesday, and they were reportedly taken to the hospital. Another person received medical attention at a nearby hospital.
Firefighters cut a hole in the side of the tank to free the two people. Because they could not climb out from the top, they had to cut a hole in the bottom of the tank in order to reach them. The cause of the fall is still under investigation, but authorities are confident the two people were unable to make it out on their own.
m&m mars chocolate tank is well-known for producing a wide range of confectionery items
Despite the fact that the M&M Mars chocolate tank is known for its many varieties of confectionery, one of its most notable incidents has occurred at a Pennsylvania plant. Two employees were trapped inside the tank, and rescuers had to cut a hole in the side of the container to reach them. A spokesperson for the Lancaster County 911 dispatch service said that the rescue effort was much harder than anticipated.
Mars Chocolate is one of the most popular brands of confectionery in the world. The company has been producing confectionery items for over a century and is well-known for its chocolate. It is responsible for creating everything from gummy bears and chocolate coins to candies, lollipops, ice cream, and candy bars. The brand is also famous for its marshmallows and fudge, which are also known as’snowballs’.
The chocolate supply at the M&M and SNICKERS tank is supplied through two in-house refining and mixing units. The cocoa powder is delivered via an enclosed dry conveyance, and the chocolate is pumped directly to the processes that require it.
The entire process is fully automated, and it integrates with other automated systems. The production line for Peanut M&Ms is the same. It’s expected to be up and running in March 2014.