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04.30.07

Band-aid Found In McDonald's Sandwich

A bloody band-aid, that's what a Borger women says her 6 year old son found in his McDonald's sandwich.

Christie Whitmire contacted NewsChannel 10 Monday looking for help.

She says the owners of the McDonald's in Borger never called her even though she left her number with a manager immediately after the incident happened back in February.

Newschannel 10 contacted the owners Monday who then called Whitmire. The business says there was a miscommunication and they will make the family happy.

Whitmire says she's just concerned about her sons health.

They had his blood tested.  She says her son is all right but some diseases do not show up right a way. She says they will continue to have his blood tested.

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