Woman Told To Monitor Herself For “For Any Cold-Like Symptoms” After Lab Monkey Crash

Illustration of a group of flu viruses (influenza)

A truck carrying lab monkeys crashed in rural Pennsylvania.

Initially, it was reported that 4 monkeys escaped — however that has been updated to say only 3 escaped.

All Lab Monkeys Lost In Crash Found — People Were Warned To Stay Away From Them

Since then all have been found and were euthanized. 

The monkeys were initially from Mauritius, a country in eastern Africa.

One woman who saw the accident and helped is now being told by the CDC to monitor herself for “any cold-like symptoms.”

From WNEP:

Friday night Newswatch 16 spoke with Michelle Fallon of Danville, who saw the entire accident. She jumped into action; helping both drivers and the loads they were carrying.

“I walk up back on the hill and this guy tells me, ‘Oh, he’s hauling cats. I said, ‘oh.’ So I go over to look in the crate and there’s this green cloth over it. So I peel it back, I stick my finger in there and go ‘kitty, kitty.’ It pops its head up and it’s a monkey,” Fallon said.

Fallon was contacted Saturday by the CDC and was told to monitor herself for any cold-like symptoms.

She shared the letter from the CDC with Newswatch 16; it reads in part that, “the surviving monkeys will be quarantined and will be monitored for infectious diseases for at least 31 days before their release.”

We will update this if we learn any more.

For the antidote to media bias, check out ProTrumpNews.com

The Palmieri Report is a Pro-America News Outlet founded by Jacob Palmieri. The Palmieri Report is dedicated to giving people the truth so that they can form their own informed political opinions. 

Follow us on social media:

GETTR LinkParler LinkTelegram Link

We appreciate feedback. Click here to send us any comments and corrections. 

Listen to our Daily News Podcast!

Share Your Thoughts

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.