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Australia: 6 people died by Thunderstorm asthma in Melbourne

All India Radio Sunday, 27 November 2016
Australia: 6 people died by Thunderstorm asthma in MelbourneSix people have died in the Australian city of Melbourne from a phenomenon called 'thunderstorm asthma' and three more are in a critical condition. 'Thunderstorm asthma' occurs in the spring when rye grass pollen gets wet and disintegrates into smaller pieces.
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Lisa Chiu In Australia, 2016, a massive thunderstorm triggered a huge pollen release. 9 people died from Asthma #climatechange #JHMBootCamp 3 days ago

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