Students at a Connecticut school became ill after consuming milk that containted a food-grade sanitizer, according to a story posted at wfsb.com.
Six second-grade students at Kathleen E. Goodwin Elementary School fell ill after consuming the milk. A student at Old Saybrook Middle School also developed symptoms after drinking the milk that included dizziness, nausea, headaches, stomach aches and burning in their throats.
"The kids said it tasted funny and the first child was sick less than 20 minutes after consuming the product," said Mary Jane Engle, Old Saybrook’s health director.
The students reported the color of the milk was lighter than usual and that they noticed an odor.
In 2002, Marler Clark represented dozens of children who became ill with ammonia poisoning after eating contaminated chicken tenders in a school lunch. The firm has also represented victims of school lunch E. coli outbreaks.