California woman says daughter's burrito contained shards of glass

California woman says daughter's burrito contained shards of glass

A California woman said her daughter's burrito that she bought at a local store contained shards of glass.

SANTEE, Calif. — A California woman claims her daughter bit into a burrito containing shards of glass, KNSD reported.

Tracey Brintle of Santee said her daughter was eating a Tina's Beef and Bean Burrito purchased at a local supermarket when she heard a crunching noise, the television station reported.

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"It's a beef and bean burrito so you shouldn't be hearing anything," Brintle told KNSD. "And I saw what's left on her plate and I saw that there was glass."

Brintle took her daughter to the emergency room and the child was not injured.

Brintle then reached out to the 99ȼ Only Stores in Santee, where she bought the burritos, as well as the maker of the burritos.

A representative from Tina's Burritos told Brintle the company would send her a box to ship the burrito back to the company so it could test it, KNSD reported.