OSHA probing accident that sickened Amazon workers

Federal officials will review an accident in which an automated machine punctured a can of bear repellent at an Amazon warehouse in Robbinsville, releasing fumes that sickened workers and sent two dozen to hospitals.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's investigation into Wednesday's accident could take up to six months to complete, according to the agency.
Twenty-four of the workers were taken to hospitals, where most were treated and released later Wednesday. One woman who had been in critical condition was expected to be released Thursday.
About 30 other workers were treated at the warehouse. Most reported difficulty breathing or burning in their throats or eyes.
Officials say the machine damaged a 9-ounce can of bear repellent containing a concentrated amount of capsaicin, an active component of chili peppers. The fumes were contained in one part of the building's third floor.
The Associated Press wire services contributed to this report.