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Florida family sickened by LSD-tainted beef

  1. Rob Cypher
    A Tampa Police investigation is underway Friday after an entire family, including a pregnant woman and two young children, were hospitalized as a result of eating LSD-laced meat, reports CBS Affililate WTSP in Tampa.

    According to reports, it all began Monday night when 24-year-old Ronnie Morales complained he felt sick after eating dinner.

    Morales' girlfriend, 31-year-old Jessica Rosado drove him to St. Joseph's Hospital, but it wasn't long before she too, fell ill. Roasado, who was nine-months pregnant, was rushed to St. Joseph's Women's Hospital, where they safely delivered her baby.

    The situation worsened as Rosado's young daughters, ages 7 and 6, also got sick and reportedly began hallucinating.

    After being treated, Morales and both children were released from the hospital Wednesday, followed by Rosado and her healthy baby boy on Thursday.

    It wasn't clear what caused the mysterious illness until Friday, when officials say they received test results from the medical examiner that pointed to LSD as the meat's contaminant.

    Tampa Police are now investigating how LSD could have been in the meat, but Chief Castor did said they know the family is not at fault.

    The meat was purchased at a Walmart located at 1501 North Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa. The store has since removed the specific type of meat from their shelves, and released the following statement in regard to the incident:

    Walmart spokesperson Dianna Gee told CBS News the meat was thin-cut bottom round steak made by a supplier, Cargill.

    Cargill told CBS News they have been alerted to the situation and will cooperate with any investigation.

    CBS News
    March 7, 2014



  1. Alcoholocaust77
    Wouldn't the LSD be destroyed when the meat is cooked?
  2. [éS]Infinite
    I was thinking the same, maybe it was pre-cooked steak of some sort and only needed to be heated. Even then... very strange. I'd like to see this unfold.
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