Tuesday, March 19, 2019

French Board Farm E coli

French Broad Farm source of e. coli contamination in kids

Ten young children have become ill, including four who have been hospitalized with kidney failure, as a result of e. coli contamination in the Knoxville, Tennessee, area. All of these children are under the age of four. Knox County Health Department officials have identified the probable source of the e. coli as raw milk consumed by the children at French Broad Farm in Mascot.

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