EMTs treat woman eating raw meat in store
A local woman just couldn’t wait to eat on a Saturday night, Nov. 15.
Police and medical personnel went to a Cedartown grocery store on Nov. 15 to provide help for a woman eating raw meat in the checkout line, according to city police reports.
Cedartown Police Department reports state officers were called to Penny Pinchers around 9:45 p.m. to assist the woman.
The 62-year-old woman, who was using an electric wheelchair, was waiting to pay for her groceries when she pulled out some seasoning and began to season the raw ground meat she was planning on purchasing.
Officers identified a medical issue and called for emergency medical personnel, who treated her at the scene.
Medical workers determined a trip to the emergency room wasn’t necessary, so they transported her home.
The woman wasn’t charged in the incident.