3/20/2012 8:11:26 AM
Five months after a monkey was scalded to death in an industrial washing machine at its lab in Pennington, Bristol-Myers Squibb has again been cited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture after a second crab-eating macaque died at a New Jersey facility. This time, the monkey died at the New Brunswick lab after it was left restrained and unattended, according to an inspection report from the USDA. Company spokeswoman Jennifer Fron-Mauer confirmed the death, which occurred Dec. 17, but could not provide specific details as to how the primate died or its gender.
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