According to the Dayton & Montgomery County health department is reporting at least another 19 people are sick and one more is hospitalized after an E. coli outbreak. The latest numbers bring the total sick to 55, with 10 hospitalized after eating food at customer appreciation picnic July 3 at Neff’s Lawn Care. The number of those hospitalized has increased to 10.
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