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in august 1793 what killed more than 5000 people in philadelphia?
In August 1793, YELLOW FEVER killed more than 5000 people in Philadelphia.
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In August 1793, YELLOW FEVER killed more than 5000 people in Philadelphia.

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Yellow Fever killed more than 5,000 people in Philadelphia in August, 1973.
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