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More sandwiches made after Arby's worker's finger injury?

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JACKSON, Mich. (AP) - A health department report says three to four sandwiches might have been made at a Michigan Arby's restaurant before an employee reported to management she had sliced her finger.

The Jackson County health department report was obtained by the Jackson Citizen Patriot via a Freedom of Information Act request.

The newspaper said Monday (http://bit.ly/JNyTmV) the report indicates the woman cut herself at the Jackson restaurant about the time 14-year-old Ryan Hart found a piece of finger in his roast beef sandwich on May 11.

The report says the employee hurt herself on a meat slicer and left for one to two minutes to get a towel to wrap her hand.

In a statement last week, an Arby's spokesman called the finger in the sandwich an "isolated and unfortunate accident."

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