Father claims Thomas Cook caused daughter's burns after worker threw chemicals in pool

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Dr John Wheeler has accused travel agents Thomas Cook for causing chlorine poisoning to his daughter Isabelle, 6 when they were in Greece. He blames the chemicals poured onto the pool.
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