SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Test results confirm that red liquid thrown at lawmakers on the California Senate floor was human blood, but it came back clear of any infections.

(credit: Sac Sheriff)

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The woman accused of throwing it, 43-year-old Rebecca Dalelio said it was her own blood. Dalelio is an outspoken anti-vaccine activist. So far, even though she was arrested, she has not been charged.

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The incident happened on Sept. 13 during the Senate session. Senator Richard Pan, who authored a law that limits medical exemptions for vaccines, is one of the presumed targets of the attack. He said, “the violent rhetoric used by the anti-vaccine movement needs to stop.”

The incident forced the Senate to be moved for the first time since a trucker crashed his tractor-trailer into the south steps of the Capitol in 2001.

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On Wednesday, Secretary of the Senate Erika Contreras confirmed the Senate Chamber has been certified clean and sanitized and has been reopened.