Death to Valentine’s Day: What Would it Take to Cleanup Infamous Crimes of Passion?

February 12, 2014
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Article from: Aftermath Crime Scene Cleanup

Not all love stories have a happy ending. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Aftermath Crime Scene Cleanup is offering their expert advice on the potential cleanup process and hidden health hazards of some of the most infamous crimes of passion.

Aftermath breaks down the biohazard cleanup process of several infamous cases of “love gone wrong,” from the double-suicide of Romeo and Juliet, to the notorious crime couple Bonnie and Clyde, who met their match in 130 rounds of steel-jacketed bullets.

Andrew is the Operations Safety/Compliance Manager at Aftermath, the only national company in the U.S. specializing in crime scene clean up and biohazard remediation. Having overseen the cleanup of countless trauma scenes, Andrew offers his expert advice on the potential cleanup process and hidden health hazards of some of the most infamous crimes of passion in the below infographic.

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