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Beware of Poison Napkin on a Car Door Handle 6/3/2023
Beware of Poison Napkin on a Car Door Handle When one considers the dangers of driving a car, getting injured or killed in an accident is the most common concern. Also, there are various automotive scams, such as the “check engine light tape scam.” However, a troubling incident in Texas highlights another potential concern: a poison napkin on a car door handle. If you see this, you should immediately call the police. Get more news about Door Hinge,you can vist our website! After grabbing a bite to eat at a restaurant or doing some shopping, it’s not uncommon to find an advertisement flyer on the windshield of your car. However, if you see an unusual object, such as a napkin, there’s cause for concern. If you touch it, you could put yourself in danger. Erin Mims, a woman from Houston, Texas, found this out the hard way — and now she’s warning others to beware of the poison napkin on a door handle. Earlier in August, Mims, an owner of a salon, celebrated her birthday with her husband at a Houston restaurant. After returning to their car following the birthday dinner, she found a napkin on the door handle. Mims said that she’s typically careful regarding potential germs, but the margarita she had at the restaurant made her less cautious. She also thought that the napkin was probably a prank played by her husband, as reported by Fox 26 Houston. Mims then went back to the restaurant. She washed her hands and returned to the car. Shortly after, she felt a tingling sensation in her fingers. “Maybe five minutes, my whole arm started tingling and feeling numb. I couldn’t breathe,” said Mims. “I started getting hot flashes, my chest was hurting, my heart was beating really fast.” Then, Mim’s husband drove her to the hospital. To diagnose her health ailments, doctors did a urine sample, blood tests, and a CAT scan. Mims explained, “They said my vitals were all over the place. The doctor came in, and told me it wasn’t enough in my system to determine what it was, but said it was acute poisoning from an unknown substance.” Also, her doctor believed that the poisoning was a failed kidnapping attempt. The details of Mim’s toxicology are unknown. However, Mark Winter, a local Houston poison control expert, said, “In her video, her symptoms match hundreds of different poisons. It is possible. I’ve learned over my 40 years, that anything is possible when it comes to the human body.”
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