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New Castle woman settles with hospital over poppy seed incident

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NEW CASTLE, Pennsylvania - The New Castle woman who allegedly ate a bagel and then had her baby taken away because of it has reached a settlement with the hospital.

According to the New Castle News, is 2010 Elizabeth Mort had eaten a poppy seed bagel before she gave birth at Jameson Hospital which caused her to test positive for opiates.

As a result of the test, the hospital contacted Lawrence County Children Services which took the baby for about a week.

The ACLU helped Mort sue the hospital.

Terms of the settlement were not released to the public.

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