Air Canada passenger injured by needle in sandwich

Air Canada is investigating after a passenger reportedly was injured by what appeared to be a sewing needle found in a sandwich during a flight from Victoria to Toronto, CBC News has learned.

Air Canada spokesman Peter Fitzpatrick said that immediately after the discovery, the airline contacted the catering companies that prepare its meals. He said a passenger had reported finding the object.

Peel Regional Police Const. George Tudos told CBC News that the passenger who discovered the needle did suffer minor injuries.

Detectives from the police criminal investigation bureau are at the preliminary stages of their investigation into the "suspicious circumstance" and will speak to the passenger. Police are trying to confirm the origin of the sandwich.


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