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Has anyone died from swallowing a fish bone?

Asked: Jeff, Last Updated:

This was not the first time that a fishbone has worked it's way through the esophagus and eventually (after months to years), into a heart or lung. Over the millenenia, fishbones have killed countless humans. Some historical references have survived.

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