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Taco Bell, Dale Boulevard, Dale City, VA, USA
Symptoms: Fever, Nausea, Vomiting
I eat at a certain Taco Bell several times a month, but this is the first time I’ve ever gotten sick. I’m a Parking Enforcement Officer and also a School Crossing Guard. I had stopped at my Taco Bell befor the end of my shift on May 3,2019 around 1:30pm. You got my usual, Me ican Pizza. I was leaving the office to report at my school, and I suddenly had this wave of nausea hit me, and a weird headache. It was 2:35pm, and I had to be at my school around 3pm. While driving I started feeling something coming over me, I could feel I was getting sick but didn’t know why? I made it to my school and the next 45 minutes seemed to last 8 hours. Finally I got in my car, in less then 15 minutes I was home. Within 5 minutes of walking in my house, the vomiting came on suddenly and very violently. I spent the next 12 hours with projectile vomiting, and severe stomach cramps. Chicken los, sweats and a low grade fever. I wasn’t able to keep any fluids down. At around 6am this morning, Saturday May 4, 2019 I was finally able to sip some tea, and spent the entire day sipping water and weak tea. I’ve been unable to eat, I tried some toast and gagged and it’s just bile left in my stomach. All i ate yesterday before Taco Bell was plain toast and tea, my usual. I don’t eat fast food very often. I have a great diet of vegetables, whole wheat bread and pasta, and fruits. I’m a 61 year old female, 5’8 and 137 lbs, size 6. I don’t have diabetes, no home th blood pressure, and I’m in good physical shape. So having a violent attack of vomiting, and it was obviously the Taco Bell food, I’m now forever turned off to Taco Bell. The people there are always so nice, the restaurant is clean, so this is very surprising to me, but I heard today a couple other people have been sick from eating at Taco Bell
— Reported By Iwaspoisoned.com User May 4, 2019 5:20 PM