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This Toddler Was Served Alcohol Instead of Apple Juice at a Georgia Restaurant

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An 18-month-old girl was accidentally served alcohol from a mislabeled container at Vinings Restaurant in Georgia

“I’m glad she did not consume the whole cup because she would probably not be here right now.”

A family in Georgia is in shock after their 18-month-old daughter ended up consuming alcohol in a restaurant mix-up that — thankfully — caused no permanent harm. Everything seemed normal until the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s father noticed that something was wrong with the juice their daughter was served.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” mother Alexis Smith told NBC News 11. “I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional. You know, alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it.”

The family notified a manager, who confirmed that it was indeed alcohol in the cup, and the owner — who was apparently very upset — insisted on comping their meal.

The Smith family took their daughter, who was “a little off-balance” to a doctor, where they confirmed that after consuming about three teaspoons’ worth of the unidentified alcohol, she had a blood alcohol level of 0.065.

The family is glad they caught the mistake.

“She would have been sipping on alcohol all day and possibly died,” Alexis Smith gravely told NBC News 11.

This is not the first time a restaurant has accidentally served a child alcohol: Applebee’s and Joe’s Crab Shack have previously gotten in trouble for similar incidents.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


‘It started burning my chest,’ Georgia family says toddler served alcohol instead of apple juice

VININGS, GA (WXIA) A family is thankful things didn’t take a turn for the worse after their toddler was served alcohol at a local restaurant.

The Smith family went to the Vinings restaurant Sunday after church for lunch and an apple juice was ordered for 18-month-old Aaliyah to enjoy with her meal.

“Everything was normal,” Alexis Smith, Aalyiah’s mom said.

After lunch, the family got up to leave and Aaliyah’s dad noticed that something was wrong with the juice.

“We were about to leave, my spouse got the juice, it was in the kid’s cup, he tasted it and his chest started burning,” she said.

The family notified the manager who then informed the family that an apple juice container was mislabeled and that the child had in fact been served alcohol.

“I started crying at the restaurant. As a mom, it was very emotional alcohol is something serious. You have to be 21 as an adult to drink it,” Alexis said. “I’m just lucky that my daughter did not consume the whole cup because she probably would not be here now.”

The Smith’s think Aailyah took about three sips of alcohol at lunch, which could have increased her blood alcohol level to 0.065.Read More: http://on.11alive.com/2rdzZ1J

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.



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