Kentucky crawfish boiled to death in boiling oil, kasian boil
— Kentucky’s most famous crawfish is in a boiling oil at a Kentucky boil station.
The Louisiana crawfish, named “Louisiana” by its owner, “Crawfish Fry,” was purchased by the company in 2014.
It has not been cleaned or cooked and is currently in a bucket at a boil station in Louisville, Kentucky, according to the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
The Department of Health and Human Services said in a statement the agency was investigating the incident and the health department is urging the public to not consume the crawfish.
The boil station is owned by a family-run business, but is managed by a private company, according the statement.
The company has not responded to ABC News’ request for comment.