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Columbus, Ohio — Police in Ohio’s capital city say glass shards in a sandwich served to a policeman weren’t put there intentionally.

The Columbus Dispatch reports city health inspectors who visited the restaurant the next day spotted chipped glass plates and found small pieces of broken glass below a drying rack. Police concluded there was no reason to believe the Columbus officer was intentionally served glass in his meal.

The officer cut his mouth after biting into a Reuben sandwich at the restaurant on Monday. He was treated at a hospital, and police say he is recovering.

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