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Wendy's customer hospitalized after ordering cheeseburger sues food fast chain
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A Wendy's customer is suing the fast food chain after she was hospitalized after eating a contaminated burger.
Court documents obtained by McClatchy News allege that customer Jena Vogt has been plagued by long-term health issues and staggering medical bills as a result of her meal, which contained a preformed toxin.
Jena Vogt ordered a medium double cheeseburger combo from a Wendy's restaurant in St. Rose, Louisiana on July 27. The plaintiff says that the burger was contaminated due to "poor handwashing procedures" and that food was not properly washed, inspected or ensured to be safe.
"Within (24) hours of consuming the Wendy’s double cheeseburger, Mrs. Vogt felt nauseous and began to have gastrointestinal abnormalities," the lawsuit says.
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