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Collins Family Sickened by E. Coli at Goat Farm

Oak Leaf Goat Farm Causes E. coli in Mother and Daughter

Amanda Collins and her 18 month old daughter, pictured above, developed E. coli after visiting Oak Leaf Farm, a Lebanon, Connecticut goat farm linked to an ongoing outbreak of the disease.

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