New Zealand needed human skin to treat volcano burn victims; help came from Ohio
from The Washington Post
They packed the human skin in cardboard boxes lined with foam and dry ice, and shipped it off. With that, the workers at a facility in southwestern Ohio became part of an incredible drama unfolding 8,000 miles away. A volcano had just rained superheated ash, steam and gas over New Zealand’s White Island, a tourist site that dozens of people from around the world were visiting.
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