TORONTO, ONT. (WIVB) - Paramedics were called in to help a dozen people who fell sick after eating Cronut Burgers at the CNE in Toronto.
Canadian media outlets are reported that the Canadian National Exhibition and health inspectors shut down a food stand that sells the cronut burger after twelve people fell ill.
Paramedics were called in to help patients who experienced vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pain. Five people were hospitalized.
At this point there is no word on what actually caused the problem.
The CNE's website posted the following on the situation:
The CNE is very concerned about this situation and the people who have been affected by it. The CNE has stringent food safety regulations in place which are monitored daily. If you felt ill after visiting the CNE yesterday, please call 311. To contact the CNE directly, please call: 416-598-7285
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