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MERIDEN, Conn. — Doctors are warning of the dangers of improperly cleaning your grill as we head into backyard BBQ season.
Two weeks ago, doctors in Connecticut performed emergency surgery on 52-year-old Cheryl Harrison after she got a metal bristle stuck in her lower intestine.
“It must have been positioned in that burger just perfect. I ingested it and swallowed it,” Harrison told WTIC.
When her husband was cleaning their grill with a wire-bristled brush, one of the bristles fell off and got cooked into the burgers.
“It was just a pain that I have never felt before,” Harrison told WFSB. “I felt my stomach was bloated… extremely tender to the touch. You could not even push on anything – just hurt my stomach.”
As a result, Harrison began feeling severe abdominal pain within 48 hours and was rushed to the hospital, where she…
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