Posted: December 7, 2012 at 3:56 a.m.

CDC: Language barrier led to Tyson accident The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a chlorinegas leak at a Springdale poultry plant last year that sickened nearly 200 people occurred because a worker couldn’t read English.

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Arkansas Agriculture Secretary Butch Calhoun (right) presents a sign to Charles and Jean Oates of Pottsville on Thursday in Ozark for the Arkansas Century Farm program.

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