The two people were trapped in the tank at the Mars-Wrigley plant in Elizabethtown.
June 9 (News) — Two people were rescued after being trapped in a large tank of chocolate in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, rescue workers confirmed Thursday afternoon.
The county has a population of approximately 11,600 and is approximately 18 miles southeast of Harrisburg.
WHP-TV in Harrisburg reported that the two people fell into the tank, which was waist-deep in chocolate.
According to Penn Live, the two were apparently not seriously injured when they were taken to the hospital.
Crews were called to the plant around 2:00 p.m. after workers became trapped.
Mars Wrigley did not immediately comment on the situation.