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Local film cast and crew receive emergency treatment after getting food poisoning on set

2015-06-01 07:30

Pretoria – 26 people allegedly sustained food poisoning while working on a film shoot in Pretoria on Saturday.

According to ER24 paramedics 40 cast and crew members complained of stomach cramps and nausea after having lunch on site.

While paramedics were on site more people started to develop the same symptoms.

Paramedics treated and transported more that 10 people to hospital for treatment. Other patients were transported by other services.

The exact cause of the incident remains unknown but it is believed to be food poisoning caused by a chicken dish that was served.

(Photos: ER24)

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