Florence Police Department posted a photo on Facebook of a woman in a hospital bed with the caption, “The Idaho Department of Health has identified a woman with a high level of caffeine in her system.
A preliminary investigation has identified the caffeine as caffeine, a stimulant that can increase heart rate and cause hypertension.
We are taking steps to prevent the high level from recurrence.”
The post was accompanied by a photo of the woman’s face, which included a smiling smile and the word “excited.”
In a statement, Idaho Health said the woman is “unable to communicate and we ask for her privacy as she continues her recovery.”
“We will continue to work closely with our partner agencies to support her throughout her recovery,” the statement said.
“If you or someone you know needs to seek medical attention for a serious medical condition, we encourage you to seek immediate medical care.”
The department added that the woman was released from the hospital on Tuesday.
A statement posted to Facebook by Florenda Police Department said that Florendas department had received an anonymous call about a woman having a seizure and was responding to the call.
The woman was taken to the hospital for treatment of a seizure.
A spokesperson for the Idaho Health Department said the hospital was able to locate the woman, and the hospital has provided the Idaho State Police with a copy of her medical records.